Today we have a big mix of good articles. On Both Sides of the Table, there is a good discussion of understanding your character as an entrepreneur. This also applies to most of your career, so take a long look at it. In development, Henrik Warne has a great list of lessons learned in software… Read More Geek Reading April 21, 2015
In today’s economy and recession, a lot of people are unemployed. There are probably a lot of people that are under-employed as well, we just do not hear about them as much. Then there are people that have a very good job at a stable company, may even like the work that they are doing,… Read More Are You Wrongly-Employed?
Over the past few weeks and months, I have seen a recurring theme regarding startups and their exits. First, we saw the acquisition of FriendFeed by Facebook. During that time, FriendFeed lit up with comments and discussion about FriendFeed’s exit. First, some people were congratulating the FriendFeed team for finding a successful exit, which is… Read More What Do We Expect From A Startup Exit?
In my last post, I decided to give a “state of the blog” because a lot of things have been happening. This morning I was going through my feeds in Google Reader and realized a lot had changed, even in my reading habits. This has all happened in the past 6 months or so as… Read More Lessons Forced on Me by Life and Early Adoption