... while doing a shite. Hathankyouverymuch,
I reckon teh intarwebs would be full of armchair experts spouting a ton of shite.
If someone doesn't know more than just JQuery they will be unable to cope when their code doesn't produce the desired result.
You could say exactly the same about Visual Basic. And yet there's plenty of VB monkeys who don't know anything else.
If the project's requirements change in such a way that it can no longer be completed in baby's first development library, that "developer" then becomes a liability to his or her employer.
Then they boot him and hire someone who knows kQuery. Or if he's lucky they send him on a course.
he or she will be unable to assess situations in which JQuery is not used yet may be appropriate, or in which jQuery is used but would not be appropriate.
Why is that part of a JQuery developer's job description?
Being of Swedish descent doesn't automatically make you a Swede.
Your college chose a preferred textbook that required a piece of software that it (the college, not the book) didn't have?
Tell me where this is so I never accidentally hire anyone from there.
Second thoughts, don't bother. It's DeVry, right?
If the job doesn't require that, then why?
I mean it's always good to know more things, but if you take your logic to its conclusion C080L monkeys should know machine code.
Yeah, but there isn't a car mechanic analogue to the software engineer.
Not even Web programmer or HTML developer?
Not sure if that analogy works as it is more a practical vs. theoretical split.
Designing things isn't practical? Are you an arts graduate?
I think you vastly underestimate the capabilities of modern fly by wire systems.
And I know that you laughably overestimate them.
They can steer aircraft that has sustained fuselage damage by design.
There's damage, and there's the damage a SAM causes.
This isn't [sic] autopilot of the past that mostly just hooked into hydraulics and kept them stable.
It's not magic either.
Because a force vector that does not intersect with the center of gravity has been applied.
Point me to where it says that. In the original post, please.