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Sun Apr 17 17:28:08 HKT 2016

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She, start her career as beautician, and end as CIO - http://www.informationweek.com[..]rintableArticle.jhtml?articleID=47902662

Tom hardware sold for US$15-20 Million... I guess this is successful? http://mashable.com/2007/04/08/toms-hardware/

Successful story of local store - http://hk.knowledge.yahoo.com/question/?qid=7006092303309

Not rich not famous, why programming? - http://steve-yegge.blogspot.com[..]06/07/get-famous-by-not-programming.html

Way to success in career, proactive and not too aggressive - http://cn.wsj.com/big5/20110120/eoe083608.asp

7. I think I know why I admire micro-ISVs.

Some of my fascination with micro-ISVs is rooted in my wonderings about the path of my career over the long term.

When I was 22, I believed that I could write code until age 65. I saw no reason why I could not be a software developer for my entire professional career. Some folks told me that being a coder is a burnout job, but I didn't believe them.

I am 36 now, and I think I have a better understanding of things. I am starting to realize that someday I may actually want to make a career change. I am trying to picture myself running an ISV when I am 55, but I just don't see it. Running a company can be awfully stressful sometimes. Will I still want to be doing this in two more decades?

My prospects for a second career are bleak. The cold reality is that I only know how to do one thing. Instead of looking for a second career, maybe I should be looking for a way to stay in software.

This is one of the things I like about micro-ISVs. The lifestyle looks very different. The workflow looks like it might be a lot less stressful. Running a micro-ISV looks more like a marathon and less like a sprint.

At my recent lunch with Thomas Warfield (Pretty Good Solitaire), I asked him if he thought he could still be running his micro-ISV at age 50. He said yes. Warfield is 40 now, so this is not the perspective of a naive young person just getting started. I believe him, and his answer makes me wonder if somebody I will be running some sort of a micro-ISV as my full-time job.

http://msdn.microsoft.com[..]-us/dnsoftware/html/software10012004.asp

而其他實際上更重要的,卻很少被認真考量,比如牙齒接觸到那些金屬餐具的感覺,或是人們將餐具拿在手裡的平衡感。每件餐具的持續可用性也很重要,餐具的防滑性,它和食物的摩擦等等。- http://www.inside.com.tw/2012/11/12/dustin-curtis-the-best

探秘麥肯錫如何“無私”崛起, a lot about how they dress? - http://cn.wsj.com/big5/20130918/eoe073009.asp?source=rss

賈伯斯、坎貝爾、葛洛夫三位大師教我的事 - http://www.inside.com.tw/2016/04/14/jobs-campbell-grove


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