plus the fact that developers are going to cause less harm than average users
As a developer and former sysadmin. I think are wrong there, I know that if I have a bad day at work and don't think one extra time before pressing enter och commiting I could wreck a much bigger havoc compared to a normal user that uses some gui that ask "are you sure" and they would not even think of doing some of the things I may do because they do not have the same know how. I think as a developer and sysadmin that developers are the most dangerous people to have running around with more privileges than needed.
A developer that whips together a bash script for fast fix ending up in "rm -rf
"Member of a neo-Nazi gang, her day job is to take care of four crazy old people that all are just waiting to die. Her life becomes a journey into a burlesque fairytale, where the rules of the game are created by Mette herself. Mette is indifferent about her way of life, until she one night assaults a man, kicking him senseless. Waking up the day after, she realizes that something is wrong, and in company with the her crazy oldies she longs for respect and love. She can tell that the old folks are marginalized by the modern society, but together they create a world and a voice of their own."
You can't go home again, unless you set $HOME.