IT Designation Definitions

(Last Updated On: 31st December 2018)

Software Architect is a person who draws the initial baby sketches, proves the prototype is working and then considers his job done.

Developer can never estimate how much time it takes in practice to deliver the baby.

Test Engineer is a person who thinks this is not the right baby.

UX Researcher usually needs more than nine months for a proper analysis and, in the end, is still not satisfied with the outcome of his work.

DevOps thinks he can automate even the baby creation process, without any human interaction.

Scrum Master thinks the baby could be delivered in small shippable increments, each at every Sprint.

Product Owner always pushes the team to deliver more babies by keeping the same amount of resources.

Business Analyst is a person who always tries to prepare the specifications for twins even though only one baby is expected.

Client is a person who does not know why he wants a baby.

Project Manager is a person who thinks nine women can deliver a baby in one month.

Marketing Manager thinks he can deliver a baby even if there is no man and woman available.

HR Manager thinks that even hiring a donkey can help the team to deliver a human baby.

Cost Optimization Stakeholder thinks he might not need both the man and the woman to deliver the baby.

Documentation Team do not care whether the baby is delivered, they will just keep on documenting nine months.

Quality Auditor is the person who is never happy with the baby delivery process.


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