I was at a conference a few years ago where I witnessed an unprofessional act. The presenter was talking about entry level SEO practices (there wasn't much on during that time slot and I needed a laugh), when they decided to end the session with a live site analysis from the audience. This is where things went south, but let me set the stage so that you understand why I'm calling it an unprofessional act.
For the longest time I've been a firm believer in minimising of code bloat. A few years ago I was tinkering with a small Swift project only to be horrified by the size of the final result. I ended up rewriting it from scratch in Objective-C which yielded an executable that was less than 1% the size of the Swift project. For what it did, I couldn't live with running a 12Mb packaged piece of software, when it could easily be written in under 100kb. This same mentality finally got to me with Wordpress.