The engineers realize they never asked the client if this field needed to be editable, they had just assumed every aspect of the project needed to be part of the CMS.
And the golfers are bragging about how they could have developed the Hello World with fewer characters (and only 2,200 dependencies).
And the teachers are all teaching advanced frameworks for making "Hello World" an offline first serverless WPA SPA REST enabled deep mind AI integrated IoT connected distributed cloud clusterfuck.
Me: <p>Hello World</p>
Bill a half hour and await the change orders.
Demolishun1062525dWhen I first started working as a controls engineer we had the following bias:
1. scientists that theorize that things can work or not with hopeful math
2. teachers who talk about the things scientists are doing and sometimes what the engineers are doing
3. engineers that just make all the shit everyone else is talking about work with concrete implementations
What I found:
1. extremely intelligent scientists who can model anything regardless if it actually works
2. engineers that solve the problems of the things the scientists thought about making work
3. when engineers present ideas based upon empirical evidence for a new approach to a science the science guys say it cant work (old biases)
4. teachers repeating what scientists and engineers say
My opinion after having worked as an engineer and now a software developer. First it should work, then it should work efficiently, then move on. Hopefully you can make sense of it 6 months from now.
d-fanelli72825dI remember codingame..it’s a little disappointing bc writing smart algorithms can only get you so far without being a probability AI guru. I got my ass kicked in the racing game bc i didn’t know enough physics. Ummm I’m not a physicist. Physics for me was years ago in college