Saturday, June 14, 2008

Engineers Decoded

While reading "The Dilbert Principle" by Scott Adams I came across a very genuine, sincere and fascinating effort to decode the entity called Engineer. I have compiled these fascinating facts/statements below. Realize the appropriateness upon reading them.

"Engineers like to solve problems. If there are no problems available they will create their own problems"

"No engineer can walk away from an unsolvable problem untill it's solved"

"Engineers are notoriously frugal. For engineers every spending situation is simply a problem in optimization."

"For engineers its not "who you know" that matters, its "who knows less than you do" that counts"

"Engineers have amazing trait to cocentrate on one subject to the complete exclusion of everything else in the environment"

"Engineers are always honest in matters of technology and human relationship."

"Engineers are always delighted to share wisdom, even in areas in which they have no experience whatsoever"

Courtesy - "The Dilbert Principle" by Scott Adams

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