Smart Engineers are Lazy

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They spend a tons of time figuring out how to do something the “easiest” way. Smart engineers are lazy. That’s why they automate. When we are lazy, we look to do things in the most efficient way possible, so we don’t have to redesign, and we have time for other things. In a sense, being lazy is being efficient and productive.

12 Comments on “Smart Engineers are Lazy

  1. This is funny..well,the laziness paid off..it triggered engineers to do things in a more productive and efficient ways..

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  2. This is funny..I guess the laziness paid off..anything that triggers you to do do things in a more productive and efficient way is fine

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  3. Its like sometimes smart people are also lazy. They are always looking for ways to simplify their work as much as possible.

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  4. I also agree with smart engineers. Why spend so much time doing something when you can be smart and do it in a very short time, yet get the same results.

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  5. Being smart means all getting things done faster with less effort. Why spend soo much time doing something you could do with so much less effort?

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  6. I think I also belong to that class of smart but lazy. Though I am not an engineer, I am always looking for ways to do things easier.

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  7. Laziness brings about the creativity in just about anyone – if only for the reason lazy people would do anything to make a task easier for them. It is an inherent human trait.

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  8. When I saw the heading I was wondering what it will turn out to be. Well, I like that kind of lazy it effective to me.

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  9. Haha! This is hilarious! Well, I don’t see anything wrong with wanting to do things more efficient. Thanks to our lazy engineers!

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  10. As they say work smarter not harder. However it does not mean that just because it is more on mental it is automatically lazy. There are just two types of skills industrial and managerial.

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