Publisher: ModernCTO, 2018, 118 pages
Keywords: Information Systems
Developer and CTO are two distinct roles.
It's the experience of transitioning the space between them that is unique to our generation. Navigating the path of this new transition between developer and CTO roles successfully is jagged and sometimes difficult.
And it should be, right? This is our first time experiencing a technology revolution. No one is great at anything on the first try.
We basically all just pioneered and dealt with this together. We need to take a breath, recalibrate, and share what we know with the next generation.
The book covers topics from Joel's experience:
You're a developer, not a CTO (yet)
How you keep from missing deadlines.
Take a risk and sound dumb
Abandon ships and build a better one.
Spaghetti code MVP Epidemic
Getting lost in the product: UX mistakes to watch out for.
People do not work for money; people work for momentum.
Sigh, just some random ramblings, of a guy that have gone from Developer to CTO. A thin book, which contains approx 50% blank pages.
Not worth reading.