September 02, 2005
Be a Specialist
Too many of us seem to believe that specializing in something simply means you don't know about other things. I could, for example, call my mother a Windows specialist, because she has never used Linux or OS X. Or, I could say that my relatives out in the countryside in Arkansas are country music specialists, because they've never heard anything else.
From the chapter Be a Specialist from this book. (And for the hardcore geeks it's important to know that there's another chapter titled Be a Generalist). Posted by Claus at September 02, 2005 02:23 PM | TrackBack (0)
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