The Generational Divide in Software Developers
The modern software industry is in thrall to practices that are impediments to good work and productivity. Older developers miss being able to focus; younger ones think focus is antisocial. The goal of software development was software development, not writing unit tests, not team cohesion, not ceremonial meetings. The abandonment of this recognition is the reason for the industry’s floundering in wasteful management fads, he says. In thirty years, everyone will hear a lot of lies and use the early days of software.
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