*"The difference between a software developer and a software engineer is the same difference between big and large."* --Unknown

So what I learned is that engineers are more software breadth centered. Developers are more small task centered.

Being an engineer implies that you have degree, tech knowledge, and experience and you are capable of designing a software system. You see the bigger picture and part of your job is to explain that 'picture' to your team.

Being a developer implies that you code, design, architecture, and write technical docs for the component your building. Some are leaders in their field, but not necessarily.

In more ways than one:

Engineers > Developers.

You might as well put that in your description.

Thanks to CodeGiant for the article can be found here: CodeGiant Software Engineer vs Software Developer

Do you think there's a difference?

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