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    There is no technical content, this is pure naval gazing and why the culture category is often a collectivist dumpster fire. Flagged and hidden.

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      I think the author meant to refer to Alan Kay instead of Alan Key. Still, though it’s an interesting article doesn’t detract from it.

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        Thanks. Fixed that.

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        Learning GraphQL, and writing an application that uses it in some capacity.

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            Then there is a darker interpretation: that men are acting deliberately to keep computer programming a boy’s club, rather than accepting high-quality input from women, racial minorities, transgender individuals, and economically underprivileged folks.

            This doesn’t seem belong in he programming category in my opinion; seems more appropriate for culture.

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              The fact that GitHub has turned into a SJW centered company does take into consideration how important a diversity of ideas is.

              I’ve read inquiries within GitHub comments of SJWs attempting to smear the reputation of developers who simply believe in different political viewpoints or ways of life.

              My ability to put up with trash talking SJWs within the Open Source community is running out quickly.

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                (in 2 years, this is the only comment of yours that you haven’t deleted? Seriously?)

                Unless you’re going to back up your accusations with links to things, calling them “facts” is rubbish. “SJW” as a blanket term is pretty bankrupt, so you have to be more specific about what policies you are disliking. Also, please learn how to hyphenate.

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                  Would you be specific? What actions has Github the company taken that offend you? Whose reputation has been smeared?

                  I nearly stopped reading your comment because inflammatory short-hand like this doesn’t carry much information about the subject but allows me to ascribe some information about you. Now I’m curious.