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Sizing engineering teams.
"Over the past year I've refined my approach to team sizing into a bit of a framework, and even changed my mind on several aspects, especially the viability of small teams. This post describes how I now size teams"
advice  career  management  business  mentoring  teams 
july 2018 by garrettc
A Road Map for Navigating your Next Crisis: Nine Creative Leaders on Overcoming their Greatest Challenges - 99U
We all encounter defining challenges in our careers. It’s unavoidable. But it’s how we handle them that matters most.
IFTTT  Pocket  career  job  work 
june 2018 by garrettc
A user manual for me
"There are lots of ways to build good teams and working relationships. I’m currently training as an organisation and relationship systems coach with ORSC and there are lots of methods that help build teams and collaborations which I will share more of as I do the training (I’ll be fully qualified in January 2018). On a much simpler level though, before you get to the relational matter of teams, platforms and systems, it’s important for people to know your preferences as an individual."
career  communication  management  work 
june 2018 by garrettc
A 2-Year Stanford Study Shows the Astonishing Productivity Boost of Working From Home
"The jury was out on the productivity effect of working from home. It has returned with a surprising verdict."
career  productivity  remote  business 
may 2018 by garrettc
Aspire to Ever-Fatter Markers
A design career is a progression from thin markers to fat markers.
career  creativity  designthinking  metaphor 
december 2017 by garrettc
The Manual Of Me
Following an interesting question about CVs on the Leapers Community, created by Matthew Knight in response to his own decision to move on from his current role at Carat, I got to thinking about resumés. Do follow Matthew's journey via Rethinking Work, on Medium, it's very interesting and may give you the confidence to…
career  personaldevelopment  cv  inspiration 
november 2017 by garrettc
Three Paths in the Tech Industry: Founder, Executive, or Employee
When people ask me for tech career advice I find it helpful to lay out the three paths I’ve encountered most in my career: founder, executive, and employee. I wrote this post though because when I talk to people about their careers I’m surprised at how often they focus on only one of these paths without taking the time to consider other options.
entrepreneurship  career  advice  business  startups 
october 2017 by garrettc
So, about this Googler’s manifesto. – Yonatan Zunger – Medium
You have probably heard about the manifesto a Googler (not someone senior) published internally about, essentially, how women and men are intrinsically different and we should stop trying to make it…
google  diversity  career  equality  business 
august 2017 by garrettc
How to say no
Here are a few ways to kindly and firmly say no when you need to focus.
advice  management  career 
june 2017 by garrettc
Primed.is Intelligent Matching | Digital Technology Jobs
Primed finds you the best job opportunities in digital technology. With its intelligent matching and human curation, you can take control of your career.
job  career 
june 2017 by garrettc
Roadmap to becoming a web developer in 2017
Useful overview of learning how to build on the web in 2017
webdevelopment  webdesign  devops  career  learning  education 
march 2017 by garrettc
Mind Tools
Management, decision-making, time management, and goal-setting tools.
management  productivity  career  tools 
may 2015 by garrettc
Lessons Learned in Software Development
Here is my list of heuristics and rules of thumb for software development that I have found useful over the years: Development 1. Start small, then extend. Whether creating a new system, or adding a feature to an existing system, I always start by making a very simple version with almost none of the required functionality.…
advice  programming  software  development  career  management 
april 2015 by garrettc
On Being A Senior Engineer
"I think that there’s a lot of institutional knowledge in our field, especially about what makes for a productive engineer. But while there are a good deal of books in the management field about “expert” roles and responsibilities of non-technical individual contributors, I don’t see too many modern books or posts that might shed light directly on what makes for a good senior engineer."
book  management  career  programming  business 
april 2015 by garrettc
Sharing Our Engineering Ladder
"Creating an engineering ladder (that is, the job descriptions and levels of an engineering organization) is a daunting task. If you do a half-hearted job, you're likely to cause more problems than you solve."
career  business 
april 2015 by garrettc
Light Resume
Scannable CV template
career  cv  resume 
march 2014 by garrettc

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