SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] Meaning of "unified development methodologies"
Re: [Sigia-l] Meaning of "unified development methodologies"
> you need to hire...
Since I think this whole thread started with a job reqs question, it's
instructive to review why a company would "require" an IA to be proficient
1 They are too cheap to hire another non-programmer
2 They are really looking for a programmer, but what the heck, if the
person can handle other non-essential stuff like IA/design, why not
3 The project is entirely tech-driven
4 It's a RUP shop, hence everything looks like a UML nail
5 They have lazy programmers, if the person can create their UML, hey, why
6 It's fashionable
7 The project is driven by deliverables culture, the prettier and/or more
complex the better
8 Company culture firmly believes system efficiency trumps user
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