The case of P conflict
Politics happen everywhere within an organization. Programmers have a very keen sense of disruptive politics.
“Politics” for programmers mean “dysfunctional politics.”
Nothing is more satisfying to programmers than winning an argument on its technical merit.
Since programmers are concerned with whether bugs exist in their code or not, they have, in time, developed a very keen sense of the word justice. In the same manner, the world of programming is very methodical and orderly in the sense that strict meritocracy always wins. When personal considerations clogs technical considerations and things get dogmatic, they get aggravated and complain. If something is technically inferior, you’ll find programmers desisting it, even if someone higher in the corporate prefers it for whatever sane reasons.