On the last days of engineering school, a teacher I liked said, ”Even if you develop the world’s most useful software, you aren’t considered successful if you fail to market it.”. Even though we didn’t fully understand the meaning of this at that time, as each year passed, my experiences kept hitting me in the face with facts. What was it that they didn’t teach us at engineering school?
They teach the students in an engineering faculty how to approach and analyse problems like an engineer. Analytical thinking skills are one of the essentials when it comes to being successful in our education. But us engineers make a habit of using these skills in our everyday lives and creating an analytic world around us, or imaging the whole world is like so.Continue reading