I‚m not the most qualified to answer this question. I would say that it‚s a double edged sword. Tools in the right hands can actually improve the quality of a project. It‚s a negative thing when tools are used in a way that enables people like myself to cheat and make the job look like it was done by a professional.
People are too lazy today to do anything by hand. I think overall tools help get the job done better. That is if the tools are in the right hands.
It‚s about getting the job done. I‚m in favor of doing a quality job and moving onto the next one. It would be best if people knew what they were doing by hand. It‚s not possible as we live in a highly competitive world where time is money.
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