When people hear what I do for a living, they always say the same thing. “Oh really? I’m terrible with computers.”
Here’s the secret: we’re all terrible with computers. Most people don’t realize it, but bumbling around trying to work out how to make it do something is what we, the engineers who design and build the machines in the first place, spend most of our time doing.
So there’s the secret. 95% of the time, we don’t have a clue what’s going on with the bloody things either.