|Posted by Karin - VA on July 22, 2011 at 2:49 PM|
When I was in college, I had a lecturer in my first year who was very practically orientated in her teaching methods. She didn't just read from a text book and say a few words about what she just read. Oh no, she EXPLAINED in detail. Her examples were never out of line with the subject. She kept her examples relevant and often tested us without us knowing and in the process, she helped us to learn to think outside the box.
If you can find a better, more effective way to do something, suggest it to your employer or your client. Don't keep quiet about it. There are many ways to do things. There is NOTHING wrong with thinking a bit differently than the rest of the world, trust me. If you can make your life, or a client's life a wee bit easier, go for it!
You don't have to reinvent the wheel from scratch again, but who knows, maybe you can improve on the patent?
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