Hi gang:

I can't wait for tomorrow -- so here's my off-topic post today.

First question:

What do you call the people who ultimately use your code?

I call them the "end-user", but others have stated other terms, such as 
"customer" or "user".

Second question:

Are you concerned with their ("whomever") experience in using your code? 

This question transcends your code working correctly, accurately, and securely 
-- no need to comment on those aspects. But rather more specifically do you 
consider how easily your "whomever" can use your work efforts?

As you may have guessed - I just attended a UX conference and they provide an 
interesting perspective on UX. I was wondering how php developers typically 
address the subject.




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