SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] Designers and Developers
Re: [Sigia-l] Designers and Developers
>> So we have 3 categories of workers:?
>> Designers, Developers, Engineers?
> If you are asking me, just two: Designers and Developers. Remember my
> whole purpose is to consolidate all this title explosion nonsense into
> two logical units, designers and implementors.
> So basically it's like taking the CSS approach, separating content from
> presentation, let those code who code and the others present the code
> with an appealing shell. Maybe too simple, but I agree that there almost
> should be some TITLE standards or someone should setup a list of TITLES
> and define what each role encompasses. Now that would be a project.
Now here's a point that I'd have to disagree on. Sort of.
I've pretty much "grown up" in consulting firms and started working in
design. Since the onset, I've worked toward enhancing my knowledge so
that I can, indeed, do some development in .php, .asp, coldfusion and CSS
are really development...
**Sorry didnt mean to chop up your text, but I agree with you. I started out
such. Do I do programming all day long, some days I feel like it, but no. I
feel in the middle because I do understand limitations when talking to our
I believe the cross-over can happen if the individual takes initiative and
learns new skills. And there will always be these hybrid-desolopers (coining
my own term) and many more to come.
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