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Bad engineering would be relying on some obscure non-obvious behaviour like say an empty shell script file reporting 'success' when nothing is executed.Oh.
Not to rain on your snark parade or anything, but Rob Pike literally (co)wrote the book on unix.
I was aware, and of his status as the designer of Go.I wasn't aware that writing a book once meant you could never make a bad engineering design, the engineering community will be surprised to learn it.
I wasn't aware that writing a book once meant you could never make a bad engineering design, the engineering community will be surprised to learn it.