Personally I think of programming as a cross between architecture and writing: I'm making something that has a visual presence and which end users can "live in" or "visit" (very much like a building), but it's also a story because the interactive medium necessarily imposes a narrative. This way of thinking helps me figure out the elements that go into software products... But probably everybody must find their own metaphors to make sense of what they want to do in this field.

Frederic Brodbeck
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