Why are engineering values important?

Professor Theodore Levitt shared the best quote about it:

“People don’t want a quarter-inch drill, they want a quarter-inch Hole.”

If you need a short answer, we’d say this:

Value engineering is modifying the process to increase the value. The value is the ratio between the benefits and the cost. With good value engineering, the main goal is to reduce the costs, while you keep or improve the quality. It starts before the product is designed.

Community building for developers

If you have a common interest with a group of people, building a community sounds like a reasonable idea. When it comes to the implementation, it’s definitely harder than it sounds. So, how to do it properly if you really want a community of developers? Let me show you the key things to consider.