"Geeks" and licensing

From: Ben Franchuk <bfranchuk_at_jetnet.ab.ca>
Date: Fri Dec 14 17:57:07 2001

Glen Goodwin wrote:
> I've also had to work alongside people who managed to scrape their way into
> a "programming" job without having "what it takes" to really write code
> *and* solve problems. Don't get me wrong -- I have no degree and don't
> think one's required to be a competent analyst/programmer/whatever.
> But . . .
> Should programmers be licensed? Sure makes me wonder . . .

 Ok, what does it take to really write code and solve programs?
(Unlicensed programer/coder here ). Writing code is easy... writing the
doc's that is another story. I tend to favor the hardware side, but they
don't make TTL machines like the PDP-8E or transistor ones like the
Ben Franchuk --- Pre-historic Cpu's -- 
Received on Fri Dec 14 2001 - 17:57:07 GMT

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