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Communication Between Clients And Developers

Published March 7, 2006
Some days clients and developers do not speak the same language. It is not that it is the clients fault or the developers fault but they seem to be thinking on two different levels. I was having one of those days today so a friend of mine kindely sent me a dilbert comic strip that expresses what I was feeling earlier today so I figured I would share it with everyone. You can view the dilbert comic or Googles cached version of the page. I do not suggest, by any means, using this as a solution to the issue but it just goes to show that clients and developers do certain see "tasks" from different view points so everyone has to keep that in mind while discussing the "tasks".
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Matt

Matthew came to RustyBrick in 2004 after spending multiple years developing large-scale web applications. He graduated with a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Hartford.

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