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by Fred — May 04
Software engineers and programmers are the most philosophical, navel-gazing, introspective, logorrheac professionals on the planet. From Joel Spolsky to Fred Brooks software writers seem to mistake the ability to Type with the ability to Write and Think. There is no competition in the volume of prose from doctors, mathemeticians, physicists, mechanical engineers, accountants, or even writers, who usually know enough not to write endlessly about writing itself. Software people spew on endlessly about the nature of thinking involved in counting to ten. Perhaps we have enough of this?
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