Indeed, there can be powerful ideas incorporated into phrases. Did you know GitHub, the company acquired by Microsoft in 2018 for 7.5 billion in stock, has and/or is storing software code that contains the conflated phrase “leafBuilder?” The code is of significant interest in that its original creator, John Sudds, for years, has complained about software developers hijacking and repurposing the phrase. Repositories and software developers alike have tried to peddle the idea that the phrase is not a novel idea. However, historical data tends to indicate that software developers were using coding protocols under the tree library for nodes “leaf” and “builder” in lowercase letters. Conflating the phrase, particularly in the manner it’s displayed in repositories, is indeed a unique typographical form.
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