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Confession: I can't read any code examples with the common foo/bar/baz dummy values without feeling nauseous.

It's exceptionally painful in TypeScript:

const foobar: Bar = {
bar: [{ foo: "foo" }, { foo: "bar", bar: "baz" }],
}

What the actual fuck?

Let's stop using these and learn how to name our variables, 'mkay?

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@nikoheikkila Yes! Naming things correctly is essential. Names are to coders what types are to compilers.

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