I'm missing seeing a friend on Telegram.
They got a little worked up over a pointless argument where both sides were correct for different scopes of the argument's domain. That's the problem with technical arguments: two sides can be right *at the same time*.
We forget that technical arguments need to stay in the technical domain. We need to be able to set down an argument *and* understand that tradeoffs exist. In tech, there are very few hard-line rules.
What might be a hard rule for your domain is literally a non-concern for someone else.
Having your concerns is fine. Hell, you may very well be 100% correct. On the other hand, be willing to explain how a concern is outside the domain of your argument. Give your reasoning *as a good argument* as to why. Also be willing to dig into the reasons for your opponent's argument. You might learn something
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