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Why do so many people on SE:Aviation have to do something with programming?

Historically the stack exchange network started as a trilogy of sites around coding, server admin, and other compiuter-related topics. As the network grew, I guess IT people gravitated towards the ...
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Why doesn't "be nice" apply to everyone?

The be nice policy does apply to everyone. I believe religion and superstition should be kept away from a factual site related to Aviation. It is orthogonal to our subject matter. Please flag ...
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Why do so many people on SE:Aviation have to do something with programming?

I work in a small company of around 35 people with 11 programmers. Of those 11 programmers, 3 are pilots,myself included, so way above the statistical average. All of the pilots I've known also enjoy ...
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Why do so many people on SE:Aviation have to do something with programming?

I am late to answer this one, but can think of a number of reasons for this: Aviation and programming are both technical fields, so I would expect to see some crossover here. The same types of people ...
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Why do so many people on SE:Aviation have to do something with programming?

I think a few of us actually work developing avionics. I find Aviation.SE a good place to expand my exposure to the industry and address aviation software specific questions.
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