At some point, most software engineers start talking about themselves like they’ve got enough experience.
“Even if it seems right, it is too late to change our focus now.”
“Why do I need to understand the mobile platform now? My twelve year experience in client-server and web is enough.”
Even organizations and families make decisions like this. They decide it’s just too late to change.
Often the point is missed: It’s distinct for everyone. It’s a choice. It’s possible to start building six pack bodies at 47, learning computer skills at 65, or change your business with an improved customer collaboration model that adds value.
It’s getting tougher day by day, but that’s the reason it’s worth causing. And, it feels good to be cause in the matter. Isn’t it?