The Hard Thing About Software Development | Jesse Watson | Pulse | LinkedIn


24 bookmarks. First posted by nicolashery 14 days ago.


"The greatest misconception about programming is that it is separable from deep analysis of the business problem."
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9 days ago by ordnungswidrig
"The greatest misconception about programming is that it is separable from deep analysis of the business problem."
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9 days ago by ericn
Why you should aim for "deep context", and why the price for (some) remote developers is dropping to zero
culture  programming  career 
13 days ago by ericsuh
The most valuable asset in the software industry is the synthesis of programming skill and deep context in the business problem domain, in one skull.
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13 days ago by JohnDeHope3
despite the clickbaity title (and the fact that it's published on linkedin, ugh) this actually does contain a decent amount of wisdom that is confirmed by my own experience
software-development  business  career-advice 
14 days ago by absfac
"Communication, internalization, and synthesis of ideas is the hard part, not technology."
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14 days ago by adamghill
I call it the "One Skull Rule": "The most valuable asset in the software industry is the synthesis of programming skill and deep context in the business problem domain, in one skull." (Software Development Manager at Amazon Fulfillment Technologies)
software  practices  opinion 
14 days ago by nicolashery