I’ve got twenty minutes to talk about stuff
I’m going to try and be quick
There’s a lot I could say about how things are rough
And why certain thought patterns stick
My opinion of Angular isn’t the best
I know that it’s had many flaws
But I feel just the same about all of the rest
So the things I was seeing gave me pause
How do the tools that we use every day
Seem to cause us such stressful reactions?
The choices we make and the words that we say
Often lead to unpleasant transactions!
Is the software we’re using just not fit for use?
Are we wrong? Did we make a mistake?
Is Angular bad? are we making excuses
and should we just step on the brakes?
I don’t think that’s true and I’m going to explain
How it comes down to what’s in our head.
And the way that these tools interact with our brain
Can lead to bad feelings instead.
When we offer solutions for most of their needs
There will always be some who bemoan
That they’d rather they started with all of the freedom
And don’t really want to be shown.
Yet what do we see as the projects continue?
The freedom to choose is restricted!
But isn’t that just where we failed to win you?
Could this have been something predicted?
We shouldn’t be thinking of winners and losers
We’re not out here teaching the gospel
It really depends on the state of the users
And what ways our tools become hostile.
So with that all said I should get right into it
This time I don’t need to be terse,
The question arises, I’ll have to admit,
Am I doing the whole thing in verse?