I’m an Engineer, I’m a Web Developer. I understand
float:left;; I’m a web designer & I know what
Alt + Ctrl + Shift + Sdoes and I understand
OOP. Totally proud, no shame.
Although I’ve an Engineering Degree (not in computer science), yet I did not understand what SRP meant until I clicked the link.
I’ve been working with UI for over 4 years now – meaning photoshop, html, css and JS. And not JSP, your typical front-end engineering (although I do it now). I do not do
sudo su everyday nor I by-heart
POSIX commands. I don’t do binary-search, nor I write bloom filters. I do not execute
SQL nor I
SSH into servers for file drops.
I perfectly understand Object oriented principles (probably because of my degree) but I love CSS. I hate it when back-end developers ridicule developers of our kind with an attitude like – “how difficult would it be to move a button from the footer to the header”
— Christian Heilmann (@codepo8) February 26, 2015
You think front end development is easy? Good luck.