Publication Date: 2/20/2009 9:38:09 AM
One of the reasons why I love programming is that when you are doing it right, the software you build actually makes things better for someone. Today I’ve seen two examples of this:
The projects that are the best are those where the tangible benefits are obvious. When considering a software feature, we should always be considering the question “does this make things better for someone?” (If not, why are we doing it?)
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