Before the coronavirus, working from home was limited to industries like IT and mindsets like introverted people choosing to work from home, because they care little about office snacks and social life. The current pandemic has changed that.
Radical Candor is a book, a framework, and a consultancy by Kim Scott, an ex-Google and ex-Apple employee. The experiences she had while working at Silicon Valley inspired Scott to explore the management aspect of the software engineering industry.
The world would be a better place if everyone were doing what they’re predisposed to do. If you are a programmer and are having doubts about becoming a manager, this post may help you decide if you’re cut out for the role and what to expect from it.
Tech hiring it tough. But it is twice as tough if you are a startup. Your hiring brand is still non-existent. Experienced developers are still skeptical about the prospects of your product. So, how do you hire the people you need?
Have you ever heard of the Pomodoro technique? The 52/17 rule? In this post, we talk about working smarter, not harder — or, in other words, about avoiding burnout in the burnout-prone IT world.