On Wednesday, April 26, I gave a talk at Webit 2017 in Sofia about mentoring and movies. The video isn’t online yet, but I write these things as effectively a long speech, so my original notes should work as a transcript.
Interruptions are one of the best ways to squander time and money, but the value chain is not always obvious. This handy guide will help you make the case for why you should be interrupting your developers (nay, any employee!) regularly.
This is something of an open letter to team leads and managers out there: you need to be as transparent with your team as you are legally and contractually allowed to.
During this year’s I.T.A.K.E. Unconference, Alexandra Marin started an open space about freelancing and running your own business. I’ve been doing consulting and contracting for years, and I keep seeing the same misconceptions on developers who are just starting, so I jumped in to see if I could contribute.
Here’s what I’ve found, over the years, is the main misconception held by developers who are just starting to look for clients: what contracts are useful for.