It is by the objective litmus test that I use:
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I have been reading almost everything you write, Eric. As I said in other response, I am a big fan of you since I read your book. That book changed my way of working and seeing javascript and I’m glad that you wrote that, so that, we could deeply grasp the fundamental concepts that base JS. However, I respectfully disagree with few statements of this particular article and I think that’s totally reasonable as people have different ways of seeing things and different experiences that guide them on their decisions and judgements.

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