…Jeff can fiddle with the billing system, any change to the billing system is bottlenecked on Jeff, and who's going to review his work on a big change?
But it goes even deeper than that. For example, we have all programmers work on-call as well. Everyone gets to feel the impact of customers having trouble with our code (this is on top of Everyone on support ).
This really came to the test lately when we started working on a number of iOS andprojects. Should we hire …
We ultimately want 37signals to have the potential of being the last job our people ever need. When you think about what it'll take to keep someone happy and fulfilled for 10, 20, 30 years into the future, you adopt a very different vantage point from our industry norm.
…working with the development/consulting/training shop Tilde , Jeff " " 's excellent discussion forum Discourse , and the wonderful coworking space Foundery to make Embergarten a top-notch learning experience. Here's their proposed syllabus:
Beginner -1 (Saturday, May 18)
Basic app structure, routing and (of course) conventions
Ember's object model
Intermediate - Day…
…goal of Stack Exchange. You know, endless permutations of things like "My boss Jeff is a total jerk, he constantly changes my code without asking and overrides me all the time with his BS arbitrary decisions, should I quit?"* I can understand deciding to outlaw the entire class of career questions because they're frequently soft, opinion-y, and highly specific to the person asking. It's easier to just throw out the whole category rather than do the painful work of sifting …
…goal of Stack Exchange. You know, endless permutations of things like "My boss Jeff is a total jerk, he constantly changes my code without asking and overrides me all the time with his BS arbitrary decisions, should I quit?"* I can understand deciding to outlaw the entire class of career questions because they're frequently soft, opinion-y, and highly specific to the person asking. It's easier to throw out the whole category rather than do the painful work of sifting through …
If you're thinking about registering for The Lean Startup, bear in mind that we're selling early-bird tickets in blocks. When this block sells out—as of this posting, the current …
"Can I just ask, as a divorced black housewife, what part of being a single white slacker makes you people so jaded?"
The more I exist, the more The resonates with me. And that article is the answer to Shirley's question. Britta, Jeff, Trap , they're all busy. Shirley is tired.
So, I don't know where the idea that they don't buy comes from because there are products everywhere that are successful.
Patrick: I think it's partly a projection thing, like, "I don't buy anything and therefore people like me must not buy stuff." Which, there are many issues with projecting your behavior onto other people. …
Here at Jeff's endeavors . His smart and pragmatic solutions to real-world problems impressed us. We're happy to announce that he has decided to join the Fingertips team., we've been reading about
Jeff has been active in theand community for a few years now. He lives in Soest, near Amersfoort, because we have yet to convince him to move to . Jeff has a dog named Shanti.
Jeff at the office
You can fol …
…Exchange. It's a startup, and startup life and family life, especially with young children, can be very incompatible. Jeff has a young boy and two twin girls whose age can still be measured in days . He's decided to take more time to be with his family, and I can't help but approve.
Thanks for everything, Jeff, and we'll see you out there!