simple problems, simple solutions
Why simplicity is your best friend when building software.
Software is an iterative process. You will very rarely get it right the first time. If you ever do, the problem was likely simple.
This implies simple problems are easier to solve well.
Good software engineers reduce problems down to their most essential parts. This extends past the IDE. Pushing back on product owners is one of our essential responsibilities. By doing so, we stave off tech debt, complexity, over-engineered solutions, and god knows what else.
It is important to remember that the best code is the code not written.
Keep your problems small and comprehensible. Your code will likely be small and comprehensible as well.