It’s a fun rant but I can’t follow it. You assert that deep dependencies are bad, but... why? Because they take a long time to copy?
I think node community has birthed a mindset to provide reusable code that’s really small, targeted, and does just what you need. It can be a mess sometimes sure, but so is dependency management in other languages. What node does is kind of beautiful IMO.
What Jackson Pollock did was also kind of beautiful.
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