To each their own job(s)

A few days ago I attended a training session about new features in a large records administration application used at a major university. One of the developers was providing the training. The application appears to be powerful and working well, and the trainer knew his topic. But… The application is not particularly user friendly. And the trainer was obviously more comfortable writing code and having geeky discussions than training non-geeks. It really brought the point home that every one of us has areas of expertise and we can all benefit from working together on a product rather than have a few people do everything themselves

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