In the 80th issue of my newsletter I share great Career advice gathered from around the web.
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Get ahead by not shooting yourself in the foot
There is plenty of traps and hidden dangers in life. But sometimes, people are so hell-bent on making an obvious blunder and shooting themselves in the foot that it’s tough to explain rationally because it is not.
How do I get hired for a remote job?
You’ve come to the right place. With remote work, there are more possibilities than requirements. You want a flexible schedule to spend more time with your son? Check ✅. Want to sit in a Canadian National Park because you love nature? Check ✅. Yoga class in the middle of the day? Check ✅. But gettingContinue reading “How do I get hired for a remote job?”
We need people who know what they are talking about
In the 56th issue of Deliberate Internet, I rant a little about advice and software from theoreticians, explore hard work and marvel at crabs. Check it out!
The interconnected mess of it all
World is a complex and messy place. But chopping it up into small pieces and separate sciences is not the answer. Read more about Monism and the perils of early retirement in 55th issue of my newsletter. Also, concrete.
What would you do if you had 5 months off?
In the 50th issue of my newsletter, I ponder my plans for the 5-month leave.
How Starcraft can help your career.
Did you know that Starcraft 2 is remastered, and free to play now? Or that it can help your career?
Read about Starcraft, Factorio, Shopify and Apple in the 47th issue of Deliberate Internet.
The price of free time: programmer’s guide to helping a Non-profit
Helping out a non-profit can add meaning, purpose and new friends to your life, as well as help you learn.
Here are the things you should watch out for.
How to protect your job from automation
Technology is coming for your job. Here is how to prepare.
Dear Manager, I am sorry I suck at feedback.
Feedback UP the chain of command is as valuable as the pointers we get from our superiors.
Without information “from the ground”, leaders act with incomplete information and risk destrying the company.
And yet, this feedback is really hard to get.