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Quantifying seniority (the right way): "the leverage"

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…

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Unappreciated skill of visualizing the work

Unappreciated skill of visualizing the work

This blog post is all about: what can be (effectively) visualized, when visualizing works (brings benefits), what does it mean that visualization is "effective", why visualization makes a difference, why visualization is not just about sketching something that comes to…

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United by the purpose and ... social contract: how to achieve more TOGETHER

United by the purpose and ... social contract: how to achieve more TOGETHER

This blog post is all about: a special kind of contract that is almost never written down, comparing rat-race with inspired evangelism or a quest for workplace happiness, what does happen when "social contract" is broken (& why does it…

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Rule #0: Don't. Be. An. Asshole.

Rule #0: Don't. Be. An. Asshole.

This blog post is all about: the Mother of All Rules; consciousness of assholes; why being an asshole with almost 100% certainty eliminates the possibility of building up sustainable, high-performing team; what's the problem with sarcasm (& how easily it…

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Remote work comes in many flavors, some may be the cause of indigestion ...

Remote work comes in many flavors, some may be the cause of indigestion ...

In this blog post I'll describe why remote work != remote work, what's wrong about satellites and isles, why differences in communication bandwidth are worse than overall low bandwidth and what does it have in common with osmosis & water cooler.…

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How does Dunning–Kruger effect impact collaboration in tech teams

How does Dunning–Kruger effect impact collaboration in tech teams

This blog post is all about: cognitive bias (one particular one), how quickly we get used to "the new normal", how being insatiable when it comes to knowledge can make us ashamed, why we get annoyed when some junior pops…

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