When I woke up this morning, in the vague state of my barely booted mind a thought popped up: we software developers bicker and debate almost solely about procedure, never about diagnostics and which solution to apply to a given problem. It looks like what's really important about what we do is how we create solutions to problems, not about finding out what's wrong in the first place. For doctors things are precisely the opposite: they first and foremost try to get a diagnose what the problem is, what causes it and with that information they pick a solution which is known to fix / cure the problem found with the patient. No diagnose, no cure.
(This post is part of a series of posts about features of the LLBLGen Pro system)