An engineer’s dream is to be able to create new products from scratch, so they start by researching and designing what they want to build.
The process is usually a bit laborious, but this time, the process is much simpler.
It’s all about building from scratch.
If you want to be an awesome engineer, you need to be comfortable making these kinds of decisions.
I like to think of it as a “game of musical chairs” between a company and a client.
The company wants you to design something they need.
The client wants to design their product.
The two sides can’t agree on what the product should look like, so the company asks the client to create a prototype to see how they can get it to work.
It might take a while, but eventually the client comes up with something that works, and the company moves on to build their product from there.
This is how we do things in the real world.
It works pretty well, so you can get an idea of what’s possible if you just look at how the process works.
For example, in this article, I’ll show you how to build your own virtual reality headset from scratch for your own office, as well as some examples of things you could build to make VR easier to get your hands on.
This post originally appeared on the TechCrunch blog.