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996, Cristiano Ronaldo, 40h work week, SEALs & changing the world - part I

996, Cristiano Ronaldo, 40h work week, SEALs & changing the world - part I

This blog post is all about: what Jack Ma has in common with Elon Musk, whether we always condemn people who sacrifice personal balance to pull over-time (in fact we ... don't), is "up-or-out" culture unfair, how does Cristiano Ronaldo differ…

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Compensation in a non-hierarchical world - part II

Compensation in a non-hierarchical world - part II

This blog post is all about: "divide & conquer" rule's applicability for compensation considerations :), why getting down to individual skills is a waste of time, what's the point of rewarding loyalty, how to incentivize people so they specialize, what to…

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Compensation in a non-hierarchical world - part I

Compensation in a non-hierarchical world - part I

This blog post is all about: why salaries are so tricky in software engineering, an evolution in approaching the topic of promoting/compensating people, why market evaluation can't be relied upon, what are 2 best ways to evaluate how much…

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Universal Software Engineer: fact or myth?

Universal Software Engineer: fact or myth?

This blog post is all about: that Ninja doesn't differ from Rockstar, why Fullstack != Versatile, is switching tech stacks a failure, what does the tech swap's success depend on, why bother re-specializing if job market is a paradise for any…

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We're all sales(wo)men

We're all sales(wo)men

This blog post is all about why you don't keep your best code in a drawer :), what does it mean to discount your work, why sometimes you have to be a bit "selfish" (and that it's not against the teamplay)…

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Too few motherf$%kers on board

Too few motherf$%kers on board

This blog post is all about: why (& how) your workmates are not your families (and not even your friends - first), what's an unwritten "protocol of co-operation", why we're ruining good teams with empathy (& leave disappointed afterwards), how…

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