Now I understand why It isn’t always obvious.
In this episode we capture the developer conversations that seem to be everywhere, late at night in the streets of Palo Alto, in Buck’s diner, and at the SuperNova conference.
Ron del.icio.us’ed me a link about the Curse of Knowledge. I have to say I have been party to the curse of knowledge on more that one occasion. What I learned is that the curse of knowledge is really a symptom of flawed communication. As the complexity of the information increases so does the impact of flawed communication. So as I have had to deal with this in my career, I have developed some simple rules to help improve the communication and reduce the curse of knowledge.
Remember it never seems obvious to the listener.