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This makes me wonder about the term "technical". Plenty of marketing, tech writing, etc folks are technical enough to deeply understand the tech they are representing -- far more than the engineers they are talking to may understand it.I
Does "technical" just mean "capable of building it?". Because that would seem to rule out ops, test, design, and frankly most software engineers. 🤔
It's *almost* like "technical" is being used as a gatekeeper to exclude certain people from the conversation irrespective of their level of understanding or ability to contribute.
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