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Re: PG: Hackers and Painters

On Monday, May 19, 2003, at 06:42 PM, Neil W. Van Dyke wrote:
> For cookie-cutter development needs, familiarity with one of the 
> current
> hot frameworks/toolsets seems to be more marketable than being a Master
> Programmer who doesn't know the framework but is skilled enough to
> reinvent it.

It seems that way. I wouldn't be surprised if Alan Kay or Dennis 
Ritchie couldn't get a job as a JSP programmer. And not because they're 
over qualified.

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but first it will probably piss you off." - Anonymous