While YCombinator today trains technical prodigies on the art of business, we may soon see accelerators cultivating artists, financial analysts, teachers, and nurses with deep industry experience to build what they (and others like them) need.
Who makes your software?
Andrew Haller

This is actually phenomenal. Awesome! Just thinking about it, it makes perfect sense. I have also realised that building without code makes you more focused on solving the problem, and you are willing to take out anything that doesn’t fit because you don’t have the sentiment of building a feature for several hours.

This prediction completely sits well with me. It really does reflect the logical trajectory of things. Let the computer scientist build tools that help the rest of us create products that meet our real needs, not imagined ones.

Great article.

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