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If someone asks me, I just say "highly trained code monkey", I think that clarifies all So basically software engineer = senior programmer, in the real world You just explained the difference between a software engineer and a software architect Not true. A software engineer is a general area where y
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  • If someone asks me, I just say "highly trained code monkey", I think that clarifies all
  • So basically software engineer = senior programmer, in the real world
  • You just explained the difference between a software engineer and a software architect
  • Not true. A software engineer is a general area where you work on the entire stack of software in one way or another. This could be through software architecture (which is a more specialized role). A programmer, is more specifically working on a piece of the software rather than the higher picture.
  • I am a programmer who can do lots of things, but I would not call myself a software engineer, because I don't have the theoretical knowledge to be one.

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