“It’s a non-trivial amount of work” = I won’t be able to copy and paste
Software Engineer Cheat Sheet
Sarah Cooper

No! This means “It’s impossible”. And if you ask more carefully, it means “It’s impossible given the current constraints”.

“Trivial” means “I can do it with cut and paste” — but “Non-trivial” isn’t the exact opposite.

Yeah — weird. Sorry non-geeks. We apologize.

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