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Am I really a developer or just a good googler? – Scott Hanselman

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/12/23

Found back an awesome post from about 16 months back: Am I really a developer or just a good googler? – Scott Hanselman.

I admin that I’m both, not only for development, but also for life hacking and a lot of other stuff I do.

There is so much information, that you can’t know or remember everything.

In fact one of the reasons I started my own blog, contribute to sites like StackOverflow, newsgroups, and speak/visit at events (conferences, user groups, etc) is that I don’t know everything and the interaction helps me learn more.

One of the cool things, is when Googling for some information, I stumble upon one of my own blog entries or other online contributions (:

–jeroen

One Response to “Am I really a developer or just a good googler? – Scott Hanselman”

  1. Rick said

    A developer is a step up from programmer getting closer to designer. So developers don’t really like to code. They just like to have their ideas and designs become a reality as quick as possible. Programmer are pack rats and the web is like a great big bunch of stuff programmers want to archive forever.

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