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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • On the flip side... (Score:2, Interesting)

    by cbrandtbuffalo (4462) on 2004.02.06 12:08 (#28136) Journal
    ...in terms of actual responsibility there is a difference of scope. Junior programmers think and work in terms of functions, and maybe whole programs. Senior programmers usually work with several Junior programmers and think in terms of whole systems. They also tend to work on larger architecture-type issues, figuring out how to build things so you don't get burned in 2 years.

    Time in the saddle helps, but some people can never really make the transition to "thinking big." They might still be great coders when given clear requirements.