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hear what you say, and generally your observation holds true, but I see this as a weakness.Most programmers have very little business/management awareness. I remember the shock on my first XP project, when the onsite customer told me I wasn't done yet, because it my solution didn't work/look exactly as he wanted.On the other side are managers that quickly forget just how challenging software development can be in practice.IMHO, good practitioners need both. We aren't self serving and in the back of our minds we should be the idea that we are here to serve our customer. I've moved back and forth between management and development and I believe that this has strengthened both abilities.@Dave,Higher Professional versus Tradesman. The analogies that I like are the creative ones, like fashion designer, song writer, playwright etc. I'm not sure whether there is a collective term to describe these people. Perhaps "Creative Professional". One area of our work that is always underplayed is the creative aspect. We start with nothing, other than perhaps an impulse by our customer and we must then help develop that into a vision and finally create something concrete.The "code warrior" meme that I think Allain was eluding to, tends to over emphasize the technical aspects of the work, without any recognition of the creative aspects. Again, working closer with customers drives home that there is no one correct (technical) answer, merely solutions that your customer finds pleasing, timely and affordable and solutions that are non of these things.Interesting discussion. In the end perhaps the software development "profession" is unique to itself.Paul. nj distance learning online masters degrees

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hear what you say, and generally your observation holds true, but I see this as a weakness.Most programmers have very little business/management awareness. I remember the shock on my first XP project, when the onsite customer told me I wasn't done yet, because it my solution didn't work/look exactly as he wanted.On the other side are managers that quickly forget just how challenging software development can be in practice.IMHO, good practitioners need both. We aren't self serving and in the back of our minds we should be the idea that we are here to serve our customer. I've moved back and forth between management and development and I believe that this has strengthened both abilities.@Dave,Higher Professional versus Tradesman. The analogies that I like are the creative ones, like fashion designer, song writer, playwright etc. I'm not sure whether there is a collective term to describe these people. Perhaps "Creative Professional". One area of our work that is always underplayed is the creative aspect. We start with nothing, other than perhaps an impulse by our customer and we must then help develop that into a vision and finally create something concrete.The "code warrior" meme that I think Allain was eluding to, tends to over emphasize the technical aspects of the work, without any recognition of the creative aspects. Again, working closer with customers drives home that there is no one correct (technical) answer, merely solutions that your customer finds pleasing, timely and affordable and solutions that are non of these things.Interesting discussion. In the end perhaps the software development "profession" is unique to itself.Paul. nj distance learning online masters degrees

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hear what you say, and generally your observation holds true, but I see this as a weakness.Most programmers have very little business/management awareness. I remember the shock on my first XP project, when the onsite customer told me I wasn't done yet, because it my solution didn't work/look exactly as he wanted.On the other side are managers that quickly forget just how challenging software development can be in practice.IMHO, good practitioners need both. We aren't self serving and in the back of our minds we should be the idea that we are here to serve our customer. I've moved back and forth between management and development and I believe that this has strengthened both abilities.@Dave,Higher Professional versus Tradesman. The analogies that I like are the creative ones, like fashion designer, song writer, playwright etc. I'm not sure whether there is a collective term to describe these people. Perhaps "Creative Professional". One area of our work that is always underplayed is the creative aspect. We start with nothing, other than perhaps an impulse by our customer and we must then help develop that into a vision and finally create something concrete.The "code warrior" meme that I think Allain was eluding to, tends to over emphasize the technical aspects of the work, without any recognition of the creative aspects. Again, working closer with customers drives home that there is no one correct (technical) answer, merely solutions that your customer finds pleasing, timely and affordable and solutions that are non of these things.Interesting discussion. In the end perhaps the software development "profession" is unique to itself.Paul. nj distance learning online masters degrees

 

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