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I have to agree that you're missing the point. Using your plumbing example: learning about plumbing can be handy so that you can know how to deal with plumbers. You can appreciate what they do and you can even have a general idea of how to manage them and if you're getting screwed over by them. I find that managers manage better when they have SOME technical background. I don't want them to be programmers, just to have some experience. You're right that they shouldn't think that learning to program for a month (or even a year) makes them good, but they should get a taste (and know that they're only getting a taste)
Toggle Commented May 15, 2012 on Please Don't Learn to Code at Coding Horror
Don't forget OnLive! I just bought it (on sale for $15) and I can play it on my Mac without the need for a fancy video card.
Toggle Commented Nov 29, 2010 on My Holiday in Beautiful Panau at Coding Horror
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