In a word: Exactly.
I find the desire to stuff employees in an office tends to accompany a perception of simplicity and ease of access. But in reality these types of policies are typically espoused by a particular person/group who is overly fond of face to face meetings.
Fair points. College isn’t for everyone. When the subject comes up I often tell people how much I value my decision to use Team Treehouse. Totally life changing and infinitely cheaper than college. Now I do what I love and have relevant skills to match.
This type of thinking is truly essential to forming a well-rounded professional opinion when designing or developing things that provide business value to your client/stakeholder. In some cases business value also translates to why the hell they should hire you in the first place. Consider this kind of scenario:
You literally are just saying “well they do it too” here. Simply saying that doesn’t really have anything to do with someone’s innocence or guilt. In any case, are you saying that because people lie there is no way that Kane wasn’t in the right?
The possibility of people lying really has nothing to do with people’s innocence…