The work of astronomers is getting more complex and advanced as the progress of computer development occurs.
With improved computing capabilities and increased data flow, more sophisticated software is required in order
to interpret, and fully exploit, astronomic data. However, it is not possible for every astronomer to also be a
software specialist. As history has shown, the work of scientists always becomes increasingly specialised, and
we here argue in favour of another, at least partial, split between "programmers" and "interpreters". In this
presentation we outline our vision for a new approach and symbiosis between software specialists and scientists,
and present its advantages along with a simple test case.