Plane - The open source project management toolplane.so/
Open-source project management tool to manage issues, sprints, and product roadmaps with peace of mind.
Get It Doneboz.com/articles/get-it-done
Too often people do the best they can with what they have when they should instead get it done
How to plan? | Kellan Elliott-McCreakellanem.com/notes/how-to-plan
Let’s also set aside the question of trade-offs for the moment, except to say, trade-offs are the very heart of engineering and engineering leadership. Software as a medium is so malleable that functionally anything can be made to work. Any language, architecture, approach, style, process, etc can be made to work given sufficient effort. Meaning we find ourselves not asked to choose between right and wrong answers, but between trade-offs.
Product Management Softwareprodpad.com/
The #1 Product Management Platform. Roadmap, idea, and feedback management that ties actions to outcomes. Clear the chaos and unite teams to create outstanding products.
Work Is Work | codahale.comcodahale.com//work-is-work/
In which returns diminish.
Quality Is Systemic - Jacob Kaplan-Mossjacobian.org/2022/sep/9/quality-is-systemic/
If your team is producing defective code, consider that it may not be because they all suck at their jobs. It’s probably because the environment isn’t allowing them to produce quality software.
Build Your Career on Dirty Work | Stay SaaSystaysaasy.com/career/2022/09/11/Dirty-Work.html
The Dirty Work Theory: The lamentable work that many people avoid are great places to look for high impact, low hanging fruit.
Official myths | A Working Libraryaworkinglibrary.com/writing/official-myths
Let’s engage with office culture as it really is, not how we imagine it used to be.
Reduce Friction – Ceejbot's notesblog.ceejbot.com/posts/reduce-friction/
This internet thing seems to have taken off.
Good Managers Write Good | Stay SaaSystaysaasy.com/management/2022/07/10/Writing-Management.html
In my time observing managers, one observation seems to repeat again and again: good managers write well, and bad managers write poorly. In fact, the best managers I’ve ever had were not just good writers, they were terrific. And the worst managers I’ve ever had were not just bad writers, they were uncommonly shoddy.
AddyOsmani.com - Software Engineering - The Soft Partsaddyosmani.com/blog/software-engineering-soft-parts/
Today I will share some of the software engineering soft skills I have learned from my first 10 years on Google Chrome, where I am a Senior Staff Engineering...
High performance individuals and teams | Pablassopablasso.com/high-performance-individuals-and-teams/
Growing up, the only thing that put me off while learning software development, was the common occurrence of people who cared more about one…
Benefits as a Reflection of Values / Oxideoxide.computer/blog/benefits-as-a-reflection-of-values
When I came out as trans and started seeking medical care, I worked at a large employer that directly paid for the medical costs of its employees and dictated how their insurance networks process claims. I had the benefits I needed because other trans people fought for them and the company could unilaterally choose to provide them. Startups don’t have this luxury and are at the whims of insurance companies to keep the cost of hiring and retaining employees manageable. Meanwhile, insu...
Hard to work with. | Irrational Exuberancelethain.com/hard-to-work-with/
Managing teams has taught me a lot about my own behaviors and motivations. For example, I overworked for a long time. This left me continually teetering on the brink of burnout, and I had no energy left to absorb the typical sorts of organizational changes that happen at any company. Despite doing good work, I handled change poorly, and I picked up the reputation for being difficult to manage. I’d like to say that I learned from my mistakes directly, but the honest version is that I ...