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The differences in developing an aircraft, a bridge, and a word processor are many and huge. To begin, when a person is in charge to build something which is physical, like in this case a bridge or an aircraft, that person has just to know about that matter and a few other things related to it, but that’s it. I mean it is already known how to do that, there is nothing new to invent, there are only a few technical considerations that must be done. Instead, for a person to build a software, it requires not only the knowledge to how to manage a project and how to code it, even though a software engineer is more a designer who invent and join all the pieces of the puzzle (project) than a programmer, but also knowledge regarding its domain and possible problems that could arise in a multitude of different situations, getting all the information about these matters can be a very long task that can arrive to require either years in the worst cases. In the case of building an aircraft or a bridge, there is already an idea of the

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