Some things that get written up are random things that aren't an issue. For example? Steve Jobs didn't write code covered in Business Insider.
Steve Jobs Never Wrote Computer Code For Apple
Publicly answering an email over at his site, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak goes into a few details on Steve Jobs's technical background.
"Steve didn't ever code," writes Wozniak. "He wasn't an engineer and he didn't do any original design, but he was technical enough to alter and change and add to other designs."
Why does the visionary CEO need to write code? To inspire the coders to write better code?
Spending time alone with a computer could be a dream come true for any introverted techie. For them, life as a computer programmer might sound like a dream that could also pay the rent.
"From my understanding, computer programmers work by themselves, in the world of ideas," Anthony says. "That's more on the introverted side because introverts are more comfortable alone and like working on their own."
Apple products work because there is a huge amount of effort to hide the technical issues and just make things work. Who cares if the code is beautiful if it doesn't solve an end user problem.
BTW the article got the introverted and extroverted pictures switched. Here is the extrovert post.
If you're a computer geek - sorry, computer aficionado - who isn't afraid of terms like face time and small talk, you might be hard-wired for a computer support specialist career.
"I think as a computer support specialist you have to feel comfortable interacting with people, unlike a computer programmer where you'll be working alone for long periods," Anthony says. "You'll want to make sure people are at ease so you can get information about their computer problems and then be effective in solving them."