Nigerian Techies: Coders versus the rest of us

I understand that software programming has come a long way and that there is a new focus on software as a key part of technology. Perhaps that confers some feeling of exclusivity on coders. Yet, software runs on hardware. Software must meet usability standards. Software must be properly marketed (you know that lie about “If you build it, they will come”), and it takes business acumen to transfer software into cash. My point? It might be time for people to get rid of statements and attitudes that pit coders against the rest of the system, and instead forge team building.

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