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Old 15th November 2004, 06:25   #1
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Default When is a Software Engineer Not a Software Engineer?

The title of “software engineer” has got to be among the most highly abused in the corporate high-tech world. It’s also one of the most popular. And why not? It sounds a lot better than “computer programmer,” and it looks much better on one’s business card. Unfortunately, it’s often inaccurate.


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