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Stack Overflow is, itself, run by people as well.

It's hard to blame any issues on "people" without expecting a good amount of those issue to trace back up to the place of congregation, designed and built by a subset of the people.


In general there are too many smart A-es that criticize each other and downvote naive questions. Bad answers raise and correct answers don't get much attention. When you use it a lot in some big project, you see the difference between humans and dushes there.

Classic DEV Post from May 18

Aim to Never Stop Learning

It's OK to not know everything. It's OK to be wrong.

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