When solving a complex problem, it’s sometimes very tempting to choose an excellent solution. Not only will this solve the problem – but it will also impress your teammates and bring you everlasting glory.
An even better solution, however, would probably be a boring one. One that is easy to understand, even for your junior colleagues. One that is well-known for your platform and language. One that is entirely not extraordinary.
Using such a tedious solution means that you’re using simple vocabulary, which significantly increases the chances of everybody understanding you. This will make it a lot easier for everybody to follow along – including new team members (and yourself, a couple of weeks after you’ve written that code).