I've seen model based development try to replace coders. SCADE is becoming more widely used but still needs software developers to work with it. Seems to be more about the mindset of a developer being able to turn an input into an output without forgetting any possible conditions (which even developers often fail at).
Well the sports industry seems to be more than happy to support those in denial about their abilities. While those in denial about their abilities can often squeak by in the software industry, those truly in denial often get soundly squashed.
Say what? I learned to program really good in C and as a result can pick up any C like language pretty quickly and write good code in it. I don't relearn programming, I just pick up the minor (and sometimes major) syntax differences but the higher level concepts are all the same.
Around here the big money is going to people who can program Ada and understand DO-178b processes. Something not taught in any school I've been to.
Then why do I keep getting (very good paying) work to fix things that were outsourced? And typically a dozen of us high payed workers cost less to completely rework the unusable results of outsourcing...
Because it left the ground, these days anything operated outside of the military that is off the ground is bad... or so it seems.
Most of the commercial fireworks displays around me didn't start until around 10PM.
I spent an hour lighting off fireworks with a relative. On the drive home I went past a crash that killed a motorcycle rider. The crash scared me far more than the fireworks...
In the same category as Obesity?
Only if you can donate more money to political campaigns than military contractors...
Stop trying to use reason to change my mind!
Anything that costs the share holders their daily profit is highly "arrogant".
You mean Russians from Siberia?