About the Book
Here are two observations that you’ve likely made in your life:
One, you’ve noticed how easy it is to find fault. If you haven’t found fault yourself, then you know others who find this wrong and that wrong and that other thing wrong as well.
Two, you’ve learned about things generally deemed desirable and good, things not connected with fault, whether these are states of being or possessions or activities.
Now, if you put the first observation to the test (looking for fault), would the second still hold (that there are things without fault)?
Would there be nothing to complain about; would there be nothing wrong with all those things desirable and good?
This question is what this little book is exploring, by interviewing OpenAI’s ChatGPT about the problems, with many good things.
About the Author
Jens Oliver Meiert is an engineering lead and author who works as an engineering manager at Miro. He’s an expert in web development, specializing in HTML and CSS minimization and optimization. Jens contributes to technical standards, publishes news and tools on his frontend development outlet, Frontend Dogma, and regularly writes about the craft of web development on his website, meiert.com.