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re: Out of everything you've seen or read, what had the biggest impact on your life as a developer? VIEW POST

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re: I discovered last month that there are people who know that what they want to know about is semiotics but not that semiotics itself exists! It was ...

Though I've been a programmer on-and-off for more than 20 years, my whole college education was in design, in a context very much influenced by art, semiology and media studies. To tell you the truth, the humanities have too much semiology. But tech has none. And it makes a huge difference because the mindset is different. And that difference shows on the two most important aspects of one's work:
1) Doing the right thing (what the users need)
2) Doing things right (coherent architecture)

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