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Thank you for pointing out that the question was deleted without a visible reason. Usually, questions are first closed with a reason before they are deleted. In the meanwhile, this has been rectified. Robert Harvey is a moderator. That doesn't mean he gets to make the rules, it means the community trusts him to interpret the rules sensibly and take action ...


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Yes, it's correctly flagged and closed. I see three major problems with the question: There's no way to discern what "bad" means. Design is already a subjective subject. What does it mean for a design of a programming language to be bad? Hard to read? Hard to write? Hard to parse, interpret, or compile? Focusing on all three is not really feasible since ...


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With regards to the question How important is it to have a consistent technological stack?, that question can be paraphrased as I currently have a technology stack with technology A for the front-end and technology B for the backend. Recent developments in the technologies have made it possible to use either for both the front-end and the backend. ...


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From the description that you've provided, it doesn't seem like what you've described would be a good fit here. Information about how to write specifications and designs and what information to include is the subject of entire books. You can find books on various topics in software requirements engineering, ranging from broad surveys of the field to ...


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