This is a post about what common falsehoods exist among software developers.
The common misconception is that a tech-centric focus is normal and reasonable for software developers.
I am saying that this is a bad thing, and that software developers should instead see themselves as people who first and foremost are human problem solvers, and that software just happens to be the toolset we use to help others.
Ah yes, so we're on the same side, sorry. The double negative confused me.
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