Simplicity matters. If we had to distill the combined learnings of decades of experience building software and leading talented teams and organizations into two words, that's it. Simplicity is explicit, cohesive, single-purpose, understandable.
Yet, our common tools, paradigms, and languages push us towards complex solutions. It's so easy to add that one line of code where it doesn't belong, add that tiny implicit dependency, or ignore that pesky "edge case."
Try the Simply Stated way