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Recently I’ve been thinking a lot about what made Microsoft a great company to work for, and why working at Juno was so frustrating. At first I… Read more "Command and Conquer and the Herd of Coconuts" - por Joel On Software
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Today, two pieces I wrote as a blueprint for PaxDigita. The Guerrilla Guide to Interviewing. I originally wrote this for Microsoft, and edited it a couple of… Read more "2000/03/23" - por Joel On Software
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I’m convinced that most people think about software companies in an upside-down way. The common belief is that when you’re building a software company, the goal is… Read more "Converting Capital Into Software That Works" - por Joel On Software
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I’m convinced that most people think about software companies in an upside-down way. The common belief is that when you’re building a software company, the goal is… Read more "2000/03/21" - por Joel On Software
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I want to tell you two stories from my career which I think are classic illustrations of the difference between tech companies that are well-managed and tech… Read more "Two Stories" - por Joel On Software
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I want to tell you two stories from my career which I think are classic illustrations of the difference between tech companies that are well-managed and tech… Read more "2000/03/19" - por Joel On Software
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I took a self-funded sabbatical in 1995, and I’m taking another one now. I think they’re great. In 1991, I graduated from college and set off on… Read more "More on Sabbaticals…" - por Joel On Software
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More on sabbaticals… – my first article! A bit about what I’m doing on sabbatical and why programmers need to take a year off every now and… Read more "2000/03/18" - por Joel On Software
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I’m on sabbatical now. I left my last job, at Juno Online Services, last November. Since then I’ve been traveling, learning, and resting up for the next… Read more "1999/12/24" - por Joel On Software
A continuación detallamos el código de conducta dirigido a la comunidad del podcast Entre Dev y Ops (en adelante EDyO). Este código se aplica a todas las vías de comunicación facilitadas por EDyO (Telegram, comentarios en la web, Twitter y cualquier forma de comunicación futura) para que cualquier miembro de la comunidad pueda interactuar con EDyO, así como con otros miembros: El objetivo de la comunidad es la de compartir conocimientos relacionados con la administración de sistemas informáticos, desarrollo de aplicaciones y todo lo relacionado con la filosofía DevOps.