This is pretty amazing. An exhaustive analysis of how to go about being hired in tech. I’m posting it mostly so those of you who are hiring (pretty much everybody) can see how the process looks from the other side.
From doing multiple Radical Candor workshops over the past few years, it appears that a common fragility in distributed teams is that the members don’t really know each other personally - they have spent very little time just bumping in to each other, chatting and generally connecting.
Clare Lew of Know Your Team puts her finger on the issue and suggests some solutions. Worth taking seriously if your team is distributed - the lack of connection in remote teams is an issue that can remain silent until it gets quite serious.
A useful, amusing chart about every project ever undertaken.
“When we commit ourselves to raising a child, building a business, creating a work of art, or righting an injustice, some measure of failure as well as success will be ours. This is a fierce teaching” — Jack Kornfield
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