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Tym razem nietypowo, bo po polsku. Ale również w nietypowej sprawie i poza
"standardowym" cyklem publikacji - otóż dzisiejszy blog post to ... ogłoszenie -
z kategorii "praca szuka człowieka". Nie będzie to pierwszy raz - zdarzało już
mi się publikować info o rekrutacji w tej formie i ... szczerze mówiąc wyniki...
> By reading this blog post you'll learn: an importance of naming elusive things,
that surplus of empathy can cause a lot of harm, why sometimes being unpopular
is not that bad, that even Dale Carnegie was sometimes wrong (or at least not
Internet & libraries are full of advices,...
> TL;DR Surprisingly many engineers prefers to be explicitly told what to do, be
given a clear end-to-end specification & the worst of all - have someone else
representing them to the end of the world, translating "the current state of
things" into the language everyone else understands. IMHO it's one...
> TL;DR - These are not just great times to be a Software Engineer - it's even
better to be a Software Engineering Manager. Plenty of open development
opportunities help in shaping your own, individual professional profile.
Physical world borders are far less constraining in that industry. True
Let's start with a short quote from the book I'm reading at the moment
(recommended, good stuff):
> "In good organizations, people can focus on their work and have confidence that
if they get their work done, good things will happen for both the company and
In a poor...
Two days ago, this has made my day:
> Went into a meeting with a fortune 500 C-level team and OH: “the goal here is to
minimize details and maximize understanding.” Mmmkay.
— Mitchell Hashimoto (@mitchellh) August 28, 2015
"ESB. It's ESB."
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