On Being Wrong


Few things are tougher than admitting that you are wrong. Yet, being wrong is an unforgettable way of learning. Engineering students (and faculty) should be aware that being wrong is something to be expected in an engineer’s life and that coping with being wrong is a skill to be mastered. This article/blog by Navneeth Mandavilli, a senior technologist and innovator at EMC Corporation in California, with experience ranging from hands-on development to the management of multi-national engineering teams building enterprise applications and system software, is worth reading. On Being Wrong – Mandavilli Dec 2011

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