Comments - Craftsman or Engineer? - The Model Driven Software Network2019-09-16T04:52:08Zhttps://modeldrivensoftware.net/profiles/comment/feed?attachedTo=2573822%3ABlogPost%3A41597&xn_auth=noyes, think applying math prin…tag:modeldrivensoftware.net,2014-04-23:2573822:Comment:419042014-04-23T04:28:05.305ZModel Practicehttps://modeldrivensoftware.net/profile/ModAlPractice
<p>yes, think applying math principles plays a central role. Esp. relational maths and logic.</p>
<p>yes, think applying math principles plays a central role. Esp. relational maths and logic.</p> Yes, this sums up much of my…tag:modeldrivensoftware.net,2014-04-22:2573822:Comment:419022014-04-22T21:11:40.055ZI Gibbshttps://modeldrivensoftware.net/profile/IGibbs
<p>Yes, this sums up much of my opinion as well. Craftsmen are much better at putting things together with what they have in their toolbox. However, many of them have difficulty in leaving the area of their toolbox. Engineers are much more comfortable with moving forward without a toolbox because they have deep conceptual understanding of the domain. I think this deep domain understanding is largely created using abstraction via mathematical principles.</p>
<p>Yes, this sums up much of my opinion as well. Craftsmen are much better at putting things together with what they have in their toolbox. However, many of them have difficulty in leaving the area of their toolbox. Engineers are much more comfortable with moving forward without a toolbox because they have deep conceptual understanding of the domain. I think this deep domain understanding is largely created using abstraction via mathematical principles.</p>