ReviewsByChristine wrote: ↑March 2nd, 2023, 11:09 am
This exactly! For some people in IT, the statement is very true. But my husband for example, is the most non black and white thinker I have ever met. He is always pointing out the subtleties in an issue. For an IT guy he has a lot of out of the box thinking, and way more creative/crafty tendencies than me
For every rule, there is an exception or ten.
Stoppelmann wrote: ↑March 2nd, 2023, 4:40 am
Sushan wrote: ↑December 5th, 2022, 8:50 am
The author have suggested that there is a correlation between a man's job and how he views the world. In other terms we should be able to get an idea about a man's view on the world and how his mind will work in certain scenarios just by getting to know his job. What do you think? Do you think such a thing is possible and acceptable?
From what my son has told me (self employed in IT) this seems true of many people in his branch, and I think that there are many examples where the profession drives the point of interest. It isn't a law of nature though, and my son is the best example.
I completely agree with the notion that not all individuals who work in the field of IT are black and white thinkers. In fact, it is a common misconception to assume that people in IT are solely focused on logic and rules without considering the subtleties and nuances of a given situation.
As you have pointed out, your husband is a prime example of someone in IT who possesses a more creative and out-of-the-box mindset. This showcases that there is no singular mold that defines people in the field of IT. Instead, individuals come from diverse backgrounds and bring with them unique perspectives and ways of thinking.
Moreover, the idea that for every rule, there are exceptions or ten reinforces the understanding that life is complex and multifaceted. There are no universal truths or absolute answers that apply to every situation. Rather, each circumstance demands careful consideration and a willingness to adapt to its particularities.