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Can you smell bullshit jobs around you?

Can you smell bullshit jobs around you?

We live in interesting times: completely new industries do pop up out of the blue, spawning completely new roles & positions, business models, and organizational structures. Our dynamic environments require us to re-invent what felt like carved-in-stone and compose unique…

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How to sink a product/platform business?

How to sink a product/platform business?

How can one recognize whether a product company has a chance to be truly successful, or well, it's doomed for a somewhat vegetative existence? If I had the decent answer to that problem, I'd probably be crazy rich already -…

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Keyboardio Atreus: yeah or meh? (review)

Keyboardio Atreus: yeah or meh? (review)

I've bought another mechanical keyboard (technically - I've backed the Kickstarter campaign). Feel free to call me an addict - I don't mind. It's my 4th and all three that I already have work well until now, so I have…

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Who are all those people in your (engineering) organization?

Who are all those people in your (engineering) organization?

Categorization, classification, segmentation - we, human beings, love labeling things and separating them into buckets. I am not an exception, and as someone who builds & develops engineering teams, I have a habit of classifying ... engineers. Of course, there are…

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reMarkable 2: my subjective review

reMarkable 2: my subjective review

I am a notorious note-taker. Over the years, I've learned not to rely solely on my (or anyone else's) memory but to create well structured, concise, and adequately labeled notes for future use. It's not only required to preserve the…

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What I've learned about career development (*) (**)

What I've learned about career development (*) (**)

(*) in software development (**) during almost 20 years of professional journey Career development ain't easy. There's no single path - equally right for everyone. It's highly contextual, dependent on individual strengths, advantages ... and aspirations. And of course, there's the luck factor…

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