To conclude, note that, perversely, the phenomenon of substituting talk for action also applies to other activities, such as attendance at lectures, where students might learn the ‘what’ but not the ‘how’, and reading articles, which might leave the reader ‘knowing’ more, but rarely changes working patterns. Of course, this article is no exception, so many thanks for taking the time to read it, but I should surely be surprised if it changes your software development practises.
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