We Who Cut Mere Stones Must Always Be Envisioning Cathedrals

By Rashesh Jethi The well-known Quarry Worker’s Creed, called out in prefaces to books such as “ The Pragmatic Programmer ” and “ Ship While you Sleep ”, posits the notion of IT done right as more than simple engineering discipline – good software development, for example, should not “preclude individual craftsmanship”. Drawing parallels to the construction of large cathedrals built in Europe during the Middle Ages, the quarry worker’s creed points out that while generations of builders advanced the state of structural engineering from one decade to the next, []

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