This article is about how finance-related decisions can lock your career development down if you don't understand what you're really paid for ... Reader, meet XX starts his software development career. X doesn't know much about the job market, local companies,…Read More
A collection of 4 posts
It's hard to find a company bigger than 30 people that doesn't have its HR Department - even if it consists of just 1 person. And the name itself is of secondary meaning: some call it Human Resources, some prefer…Read More
There's plenty of hard topics in building software, but if you asked me what's the most challenging one, I'd answer without doubt: scaling (engineering) organizations. Why so? first of all: economies of scale do not work for building software (I've…Read More
Quantifying seniority (the right way): "the leverage"
Let's talk about "seniority" - but not in the usual way, in a context of career progression. I'm more interested in speaking about the "seniority" itself, regardless of specialty/path chosen, compensation, labels & position names. It's the kind of…Read More