[UPHPU] Template engines
jacwright at gmail.com
Mon Oct 23 18:01:11 MDT 2006
I think designers rock!!
Sorry, I just wanted to get number 30 in this extra-long thread. :)
Jacob -- a programmer
On 10/23/06, cole at colejoplin.com <cole at colejoplin.com> wrote:
> Quoting "Daniel C." <dcrookston at gmail.com>:
> > On 10/23/06, cole at colejoplin.com <cole at colejoplin.com> wrote:
> >> That is quite a feat. I'm impressed. Since I know for a fact that you
> >> aren't a run-of-the-mill designer, I'm not surprised that your group
> >> reflects the same capalilities. I would never underestimate a
> >> designer! Just like programmers, sometimes you have a mixed bag of
> >> interest.
> > Oh come on. Designers are humans with the capacity for logical
> > thought just like programmers are humans with the capacity for
> > creativity. Most people of average intelligence can learn to be quite
> > good at just about anything.
> Of course they have the capacity! Geez. I'm not saying that. Let me
> explain. The lack of interest had as much to do with time. It wasn't
> an attitude thing of not wanting to do it because it was logical. It
> was more like "Help me out here, I'm busy, and learning a tool that
> may be a fad isn't where I want to spend my time." And if they're
> swamped with design work, and you're wanting to tack on some extra
> tool they need to start using, a manager could raise an eyebrow, and
> ask if that's really necessary.
> I just thought it was cool that Wade's group was doing command line
> svn. Having a repository of design source files is pretty necessary in
> my book. That's a very different task than learning some template
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