My aim is to document my learning process as a Software programmer in a 3rd World Country, including the numerous challenges faced. Software Development, in any sense, is hard and has ‘No Silver Bullet’ but I aim to further highlight the additional problems faced by programmers in ‘Under-developed’ countries. But 1 thing I don’t want to be doing is seen to be making excuses. Even as I believe that Software Developers in 3rd world countries face a daunting task to develop ‘Developed’ & quality software, I insist that the only real way to overcome these difficulties is to face them with some form of Nietzscheanism… ‘What does not destroy you only makes you stronger’.
So here goes….