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Solving Problems Starts With A Pen & Paper September 7, 2009

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A brilliant programmer studies the task at hand, figures out the requirements for the program, then enters into a state of inventive brilliance and comes up with a design to solve the problem (using a pencil, of course), with algorithms and data structures all neatly separated into modules with the appropriate user interface thrown in. Coding is just the act of rendering this fine thinking into a different form, like the beloved ALGOL. –JargonSpy, “The Humble Developer” by Dan Woods, 12.09.08, 06:00 AM EST at http://www.forbes.com/2008/12/08/cio-software-developers-tech-cio-cx_dw_1209developers.html?feed=rss_technology

Nuff said.

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