Managers that didn't come from the developer's pool all think like that, even if they say they don't. And if you're an ex developer made manager you spend all too much time convincing your business clients they are not hiring a virtual code for money electric screwdriver.
Believe me. I'm an engineer, made manager. Gave up humanity after some four years. Won't have children for fear they won't come out as engineers.
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