The machines that software engineers build are every bit as complex as the cars and airplanes that mechanical engineers build, or the microchips that electrical engineers build.
That's a gross oversimplification
Absolutely agree, oversimplified to a point where I think it's just plainly wrong.
lol, no one dies if you fk up something in your stupid startup app
totally the same thing
Agreed. When you consider a transatlantic flight can produce over half a terabyte of data and that doesn't really take into consideration that non-data processing, mechanical complexities then this statement does seem slightly absurd. I would guess that my washing machine is probably a better comparison :)
Why does this guy hate Dribbble?
The question is more, why are there still people who don't hate dribbble? :D
The real question is, what's Dribbble?
I stand corrected, that is the real question.
Why people hate Dribbbbbbbbble?