I never studied computing except for that one year, but I hated it so much that I never came back. Why? Because I didn’t have the environment. I was stuck on a piece of pen and paper. I was having one computer for 32 students and I went like “what? this is nonsense.” And obviously by the time that you wanted to go and apply what you learn, which is how computers will work for on perspective in terms of how you can mess around and get your hands dirty and everything else, you’re half of going away from what you’ve been taught because there were 30 other students that had to go before you. That was the last, that was the single course and the last course that I did on computing. And 20 years later or 25 years later, I work for the largest IT firm in the world. How funny is that? But you can see, but you can see what I mean by that. So we haven’t been able to adapt directly in, into how we get technology working for us, and it’s us who need to eventually work and adapt to what technology is doing. And an interesting thing there is that if you look into how things move out right now, I don’t see that changing anytime soon, except, like I said, with this generation that is born this year, from this perspective, which I think is going to be interesting because I would venture to state that by the time that generation goes into, goes into the workforce, work for them is going to be a completely different thing than what it is for us today.
Completely different thing is I mean I would venture even to state that its no longer even work. It’s just a state of mind. And you basically would just have to carry on your tasks, regardless of where you are, regardless of what technology you may have at your disposal and regardless of the group of people with that you maybe working. It’s just that situation of identifying a need, meet that need, fix it, move on. Fine. Or a problem, fix that problem and move on.
And I think and I suspect that one of the things that its going to happen that its going to become a lot more dynamic, and a lot more “free flow” so to speak, versus being constrained constantly by regulations, by corporate cultural rules and all of that stuff. Its going to be a whole lot more flowing in terms of how we’re going to be collaborating regardless of wherever we may will be to just get that job done in that perspective. I never mind, I never mind that the concept of job is not going to be there anymore.