Published: May 04 2011 / 07:07
I wonder if this guy read the same blog post I did back in the day. Someone said something very similar except he replaced Software Architect with Software Landscape Architect. The key difference being that software grows after being deployed, unlike bridges etc. His blog post touches on almost all the same points.
whoever he is he has no idea how colossally complicated structures i can build for enabling rapid automated software development
Software development is actually a mix of engineering and design. Instead of verifying our designs with mathematical equations like a typical engineer we verify it with a complier and various forms of testing. That is the main difference. The complexity of software development far outstrips the practice of gardening also. In light of all these facts, we obviously ARE NOT gardeners.
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