Almost any business process can be programmed, and that is what employers want to hear. Do not tell a client or user how hard or complicated a job is going to be. What employers want from their programmers is a can-do attitude and professional, productive results. And no geek-speak; when programmers flaunt their technical ability, managers are put off.
Managers want you to help them look good. You may not realize how delicate your bosss position is. He or she dreads a negative call from senior management.
The trigger for that possible call is sloppy , incorrect work or continual rework because you dont get it right the first time. Even something as simple as your show of discourtesy to an end user or someone else can stir up enough outrage to provoke such a call.