Really the issue is not so much coding as "policy", i.e. figuring outPeople are not getting it...
exactly what the client wants and typically educating them as
to how they can actually achieve it with computers.
I'm reluctant to work with people these days because no one seems to
want to know how things work, they just want to have you (me) "make
things go". I just don't respect that anymore.
Despite being in a fairly desperate situation here I have been turning
down work rather than committing...
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
If you don't know what you're doing, stop doing it...
I just wrote this to a friend and it resonated with me enough to want to post it here: