Paul Graham’s essay Maker’s Schedule, Manager’s Schedule  is a great read about different types of schedule that people in an organization may have. The essay is still relevant today as it was when it was first published it.

http://www.paulgraham.com/makersschedule.html

It is always good to refresh ourselves on these topics.


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In Episode 12, I take a dive into the mailbox and do some Q&A from questions that we have received. We look at advice around beginning a podcast and also how to build a career in software.


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In the episode Finding the Right Development Talent, Building Highly Functional Development Teams, we look at what it takes to grow, build and retain a development team and how software developers identify product opportunities in the marketplace. Our guest Andy Abbott is technology entrepreneur in Chicago who has co-founded multiple startups including BookedOut, which was acquired this past fall the Chicago based firm Shiftgig. Andy is also the founder of the Chicago .NET Developers group (http://www.chicagodev.net).

Andy talks about his latest project Heretik (heretik.io) and how him and his team were able to identify opportunity in the marketplace and also shares his experiences of building out software teams for startups and enterprise firms.


Andy Abbott
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