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Why no one wins the tech holy wars

Paul Venezia | June 30, 2016
The longer you work in IT, the more it seems the ‘right’ way might not be the only way

At times, I've encountered others with approaches and methods that contradict my internalized foundations, and I've learned it's generally best to try to accommodate them. On occasion, I've altered my own notions because I recognized there were benefits to doing so, as presented by new thinking or technologies. Other times, I've dispensed with them after a period of contemplation. Now and again, I've even won a few battles and brought folks back to the path of righteousness.

The important point is that even though we may be absolutely certain we are right about an issue, we cannot discount the fact that others might be equally right about the same topic* -- and ultimately it may not matter. There are enough real battles to be fought.

Source: Infoworld 


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