My answer is simple: it’s the fact that engineering is a creative enterprise, one that requires intense imagination and sometimes lots of sweat, blood and tears.
The greatest inventors of the past were creative, intelligent thinkers who imagined solutions. As a software engineer, I’m called upon to answer difficult technical problems that involve creating solutions that require innovation and invention. Engineers simply think differently than many other professions. You can begin to shed light on these issues with my handy checklist.
This ostensibly creates differences in mindset and opinion between engineers and managers who do not think similarly; it’s that difference in thought process at work that creates strife. Feel free to tweet an answer, or comment here, or even write your own blog post!
Successful managers, or managers who were or are developers, learn to understand the whimsical (in the playful and imaginative sense) and creative nature of engineering and empower engineers to imagine, innovate and invent.
If you’ve been playing that cute but intense game with a titular panda as your main hero, then you might want to update it quickly as the latest one brings you a whole new lot of content to make playing Taichi Panda even more exciting.
The aptly named Savage Update brings a new pet, new enhancements, a new cross-server PVP battle mode, plus a whole lot of other additional content that should make you even more involved in the game.
The Savage Update brings you a new pet called the Verney, plus new Pet Enhancements called Master Mao and Earth Guardian.
We also sell many DIY (Do-It-Yourself) parts that are for custom installations, and are not "bolt-on" upgrades for existing vehicles.
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Laura Thomson posed a question on Twitter, asking what do you like most about being an engineer?
I spent a good part of the morning thinking about it, and it’s an interesting question to answer.
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