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Fifty Shades of Success

When I was starting my first paid job (as a software developer) success definition was quite simple: deliver pre-defined scope in pre-defined time (budget) & make sure that bugs don't break the general usability (you can call it a loose quality criteria ;>). A lot of things have...

Software that does nothing (useful)

> "We buy things we don’t need with money we don’t have to impress people we don’t like." > Tyler Durden ("Fight Club") I guess I'm getting old & getting old seems to be a bit dangerous for a passionate person...

Micromanage & prosper

Few days ago I've encountered a short quote that had nailed something very important IMHO: > "Walt Disney. Steve Jobs. Bill Gates. They were all micromanagers. What is it the the most successful leaders micromanaged? They micromanaged product, they didn't micromanage people." > Jim...

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