Their pain isn’t as motivating as your pain


Following up to Solution orientation and Busy bee.

According to Ed Sperling

There has been much talk about holistic design, but at most companies architecture and design are not part of a holistic approach. Neither is software development, which remains a separate world even though the majority of engineers being hired at chip companies are software engineers. But engineers in many companies continue to function in silos rather than as part of end-to-end teams.

“The work gets done, although it’s painful and highly iterative,” said Gianfagna. “But it’s because the work gets done that there hasn’t been a big change in thinking.”

Maybe it all comes down to who is feeling the pain. According to General Public

It’s a matter of order
It’s a matter of class
First to get told
Are the last to get asked
Just mind your ass
When the buck gets passed

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