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    Hmm, programming business applications that you map out in your head? That's a tough feat.

    I mean, I'm currently working on a game engine where I don't do any mapping, but a game engine is considerably less controversial than a business application in terms of factors.

    Altho, for a business application, if you start with creating the database you already have a pretty visualised layout of what the program should do in from that point of view it's pretty easy I suppose.

    Hmm, maybe type related, maybe individual preferential. Hard to say. I can't really say I'm really that stuck in this form of behaviour one way or the other.
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    It's because we live in our mental space, not our physical space. The physical space is only important inasmuch as it keeps the rain off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Hmm, programming business applications that you map out in your head? That's a tough feat.

    I mean, I'm currently working on a game engine where I don't do any mapping, but a game engine is considerably less controversial than a business application in terms of factors.

    Altho, for a business application, if you start with creating the database you already have a pretty visualised layout of what the program should do in from that point of view it's pretty easy I suppose.

    Hmm, maybe type related, maybe individual preferential. Hard to say. I can't really say I'm really that stuck in this form of behaviour one way or the other.
    Not the entire application, but the individual pieces. The app was customer driven, but was based on an existing template, so to speak. I didn't design it from scratch. Just built new customized functions onto it, so maybe that's why it was simple for me. And yes, it was database driven.

    I don't know about the behavior. I guess we need to hear from more people. Maybe I'll start a thread...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    Maybe I'll start a thread...
    Yeah, I was thinking the same. But I'm not sure I have enough incentive to actually create it.

    Perhaps if I make a thread template idea in notepad....
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    I'm to lazy to do it.
    Where is an ISTJ when you need one??

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    First we would need to get an ISTJ to be interested in INTP/ENTP differences. We may be able to trick one in asking if I am perhaps an ENTP or you and INTP.

    Or does that sound too much like work?
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    To get them interested: tell them they are responsible for a new project that will add to the research of the published writings, and that utmost care and confidentiality is required to observe the subtle nuances between the types. The future of the MBTI is at stake and these findings must be reported. And we could only think of one person capable to do such an important job.

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    So at this point, we'll just hope an ISTJ comes along browsing this topic, reading our posts. Or hope we run into one by chance. Because in truth, we aren't actually going to actively look for an ISTJ, right?
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    :high five: laziness and pointless speculations, ftw.
    we are exactly alike, research completed.

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    I can't deal with things being dirty or smelly. Especially with kitchens and restrooms. Unfortunately I always get stuck with housemates that claim they're clean and then leave dishes piled up in the sink for weeks.

    I keep my space casually organized, but I leave out objects that I use frequently. No real point in putting them away. It's easy because I don't own a lot.

    At work I have to be spotless though. There's extremely high standards.

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