Fri Sep 29 14:07:20 GMT 2023
How do you think about this? http://www.google.com/search?q=hire+slowly+fire+quickly
The other guide - http://home.att.net[..]rey.slinker/maverick/MaverickHiring.html
startup hiring - http://blogs.atlassian.com[..]is_a_hire_way_5_tips_for_startup_hi.html
First of all, the #1 cardinal criteria for getting hired at Fog Creek:
Gets Things Done.
-Can You Solve Problems?
-Can You Learn?
-Can You Change Based on Environment and Evidence?
-Are You Toxic?
http://blogs.windwardreports.com[..]programming-interview-question-ever.html <- But I am not so sure about this.....
Common silly decision make when hiring - http://www.makinggoodsoftware.com[..]r-technicalities-in-software-development http://devinterviews.pen.io/
Fire quick is not suitable - http://manincentral.blogspot.com/2011/04/blog-post_08.html
Someone code good may not fit in - http://www.ericsink.com/entries/No_Great_Hackers.html
1) Define your value in advance of the interview. What actions did I take that affected the project? How do I describe the details of those actions in a way that helps articulate the value of how I worked?
2) Create these stories by asking yourself several questions. See if you can relate the answers to cost, schedule, or customer experience. Why? Because that’s what management cares about.
3) Never lie. Never. Never.
4) Use this value to create the stories of how you worked.
5) In the interview, answer every question as if it is a behavior-description question.
6) Do not assume the interviewer knows what you mean. Especially explain your project management approach.
The hidden dangers of hiring international contractors - https://medium.com[..]g-international-contractors-5c2a4373674a
When hiring, experience is often valued too highly despite being less predictive of success - https://entrepreneurshandbook.co[..]co/experience-doesnt-matter-4bfddac11483
(google search) (amazon search)