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And many more are completely buzz-wordy.....
By:  Sycraft (Administrators; 20647)
Posted on: 01-08-2019 08:47.
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Like "AI". There's no such thing as AI, and we are nowhere close to it. So companies wanting people who do "AI" don't actually, since those would be researchers that are not producing products yet, just fundamental research. They want other shit, but don't understand it and call it "AI".

Even "UX Design". While UX, user experience, is a real thing the idea that you'd find someone who specalizes in the WHOLE user experience and not particular parts is pretty silly.

It's the same shit as "full stack developer" which is something you see a TON of these days. What dumb managers think it means is someone who can magically code the whole application themselves.