Originally Posted by BlooMule
Actually it is. You have to know how the machine works to make controls for it. Try working with a controls engineers that has no idea how the machine works, that really sucks!
This guy works for us. He has no clue about what my job entails but yet argues about how to fix an issue even when you are completely right and can prove it. When it is his turn to listen he basically puts his fingers in his ears and screams LA LA LA LA at the top of his lungs.