And this advice is great! You should start small and test and learn. But the way this advice manifests itself is often in writing shitty shit that makes shitty shit products, and leaving it in its shitty shit way. It’s the shrug that accompanies the mindless defense, “But it works.” It produces a mentality of doing the absolute bare minimum, not because it’s what’s best for the product or your team, but because, why bother to do more? It works! It condemns everything I’ve learned and loved about craftsmanship and quality and just plain giving a fuck. There are no As here, there is only pass and fail. Maybe coding wasn’t going to work.