Smart and Gets Things DoneSmart and Gets Things Done



But how to do that? In Joel on Hiring, Joel Spolsky draws from his experience both at Microsoft and running his own successful software company based in New York City.

Author: Avram Joel Spolsky

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 1430202548

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Page: 200

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A "good" programmer can outproduce five, ten, and sometimes more run-of-the-mill programmers. The secret to success for any software company then is to hire the good programmers. But how to do that? In Joel on Hiring, Joel Spolsky draws from his experience both at Microsoft and running his own successful software company based in New York City. He writes humorously, but seriously about his methods for sorting resumes, for finding great candidates, and for interviewing, in person and by phone. Joel’s methods are not complex, but they do get to the heart of the matter: how to recognize a great developer when you see one.

Smart and Gets Things DoneSmart and Gets Things Done



But how to do that? In Joel on Hiring, Joel Spolsky draws from his experience both at Microsoft and running his own successful software company based in New York City.

Author: Joel Spolsky

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781430202547

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Page: 218

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A guide to attracting, recruiting, interviewing, and hiring the best technical talent. A comprehensive system for hiring top–notch technical employees Packed with useful information and specific advice written in a breezy, humorous style Learn how to find great people—and get them to work for you—in an afternoon! The top software developers are ten times more productive than average developers. Ten times. You can’t afford not to hire them. But if you haven’t been reading Joel Spolsky’s books or blog, you probably don’t know how to find them and make them want to work for you. In this brief book, Joel reveals all his secrets—from his years at Microsoft, and as the co–founder of Fog Creek Software—for recruiting the best developers in the world. If you’ve ever wondered what you should be looking for in a resume, if you’ve ever struggled to decide whether to hire someone at the end of an interview, or if you’re wondering why you can’t find great programmers, stop everything and read this book. Table of Contents Hitting the High Notes Finding Great Developers A Field Guide to Developers Sorting Resumes The Phone Screen The Guerrilla Guide to Interviewing Fixing Suboptimal Teams

Joel on SoftwareJoel on Software



Remember, Smart and Gets Things Done. The only way you'll be able to tell if
somebody Gets Things Done is to see if they have a historical tendency to get
things done. In fact, you can even ask them directly to give you an example from
their ...

Author: Avram Joel Spolsky

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 9781430207535

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Page: 384

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* Covers three years of the best essays. * Essays range from technical to humorous, but are always tangible. * Beautifully written and extremely timely. * Google lists 183,000 links for "Joel on Software". * Spolsky is one of the most popular programmers around today, with legions of followers.

RemoteRemote



Ina remote setup, you don't needtoconstantly boastaboutthe quality ofyour
stuffwhen it's already apparentto everyone ... the twokeyqualities,asJoel Spolsky
labeled them inhis“Guerrilla Guide toInterviewing”: fn1 Smart, and Gets Things
Done.

Author: David Heinemeier Hansson

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781448176861

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Page: 256

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For too long our lives have been dominated by the ‘under one roof’ Industrial Revolution model of work. That era is now over. There is no longer a reason for the daily roll call, of the need to be seen with your butt on your seat in the office. The technology to work remotely and to avoid the daily grind of commuting and meetings has finally come of age, and bestselling authors Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson are the masters of making it work at tech company 37signals. Remote working is the future – and it is rushing towards us. Remote: Office Not Required combines eye-opening ideas with entertaining narrative. It will convince you that working remotely increases productivity and innovation, and it will also teach you how to get it right – whether you are a manager, working solo or one of a team. Chapters include: ‘Talent isn’t bound by the hubs’, ‘It’s the technology, stupid’, ‘When to type, when to talk’, ‘Stop managing the chairs’ and ‘The virtual water cooler’. Brilliantly simple and refreshingly illuminating this is a call to action to end the tyranny of being shackled to the office.

Feel Smart About managing and InvestingFeel Smart About managing and Investing



Managing and Investing Your Money in Your 20s Christian Echavarria. “I am.
What I mean is that you are a hard-driving person who gets things done. You don'
t let anyone get in your way. That is just the way you are.” “I'm waiting for the 'but,'”
 ...

Author: Christian Echavarria

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595414017

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Page: 112

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Building wealth is about managing our careers and the money we make. It all starts with the understanding that we build wealth primarily for two reasons: 1) to build prosperity and 2) to afford a comfortable retirement. Saving and investing to build prosperity is what we do to improve the quality and independence in our lives. Each of us measures quality and independence in our own terms-to some it means being able to afford big-ticket expenses, such as a dream home or supporting a favorite charity. To others it might mean making money work for us so that we don't have to work for it. We save and invest for retirement because, at some point in the future, we will choose to stop working and will need to replace the salary we currently earn. Saving and investing to afford a comfortable retirement is an obligation we have to ourselves. It is important to realize that we have no choice but to get on track saving and investing for retirement. We will be depending on it for survival in the later years of our life-considering how much longer people live with every passing decade, saving and investing is becoming increasingly more important.

Hire Smart from the StartHire Smart from the Start



... An individual contributor who can get things done very quickly CC An
individual contributor who is able to accomplish ... that accomplish objectives CC
A manager who gets things done as both an individual contributor and a
supervisor CC ...

Author: Dave Carvajal

Publisher: AMACOM

ISBN: 9780814438275

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Page: 256

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Every day, rising companies stumble because management hired available people, not the right people. Then after making one too many of these mistakes, especially in key positions, the once-promising business that had the world to offer to its consumers is no longer. Because they didn’t learn: Hiring. Is. King.In Hire Smart from the Start, author and entrepreneur Dave Carvajal distills lessons learned from 20 years of both successful and poor hiring decisions as he built and staffed two enormously successful Internet startups and helped firms like Tumblr, Buddy Media, and Shutterstock land the talent they needed to reach their greatest potential.Whether you manage a restaurant, a tech firm, or an Internet startup, the proven formula in this book will help you in every aspect of hiring, training, and keeping the right employees in the right positions. Learn how to find candidates whose values and working style fit your business. Discover the 5 types of applicants you should never, ever hire. Find out how to motivate otherwise-happily-employed-elsewhere applicants to take a chance on your vision. If you hire smart from the start, you will accelerate your business’s success and it will flourish beyond what you thought possible!

MediaweekMediaweek



She gets things done. ... She's done a terrific job of revitalizing the company and
moving it forward. ... ¥Vhat I found with Susan was she's really smart, she gets
what the show needs to do and she's really good about articulating that to me
and ...

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Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924083430284

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We Were in the Big OneWe Were in the Big One



John and I finished all our rolling of clothes tonight , so everything is shipshape
and all secured . I was on guard ... The Navy really gets things done . Some of the
boys got smart in drill today , and now they are out running . I ' m going to be a ...

Author: Mark P. Parillo

Publisher: Scholarly Resources Incorporated

ISBN: STANFORD:36105110294407

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Page: 292

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To the generation that lived through it, World War II will always be the "Big One." Archie Bunker would proudly proclaim in the 1970s sit-com All in the Family, "I was in the Big One, Double-ya, Double-ya Two." In doing so, he intoned the creed of his generation. In the generations that have followed, there has been renewed interest in this period, evidenced by the popularity of movies like Saving Private Ryan and the television series Band of Brothers. World War II was truly the largest and greatest conflict in U.S. history. Americans spent more tax dollars, joined the armed forces in greater number, fought in more places, and waged war as part of a grander alliance than in any other war in the country's past. We Were in the Big One: Experiences of the World War II Generation is a collection of diary entries, letters, photographs, and other documents from the World War II era. Carefully selected by Mark P. Parillo from the Eisenhower Library's World War II Participants Collection and other archives, these documents show how the war affected Americans across gender lines, across social and political spectrums, on the home front, and on the battlefield. This compelling book demonstrates how the war truly influenced an entire generation of Americans. We Were in the Big One will inform and entertain all those interested in World War II and American history.

Preparing for Site based ResearchPreparing for Site based Research



Is there a will to do it? Does anyone ... But he is street-smart and a big-picture
thinker. Plus he gets things done, and he has united a close-knit group of city
workers who are fiercely loyal and committed to the best interests of the city. As
one of ...

Author: James B. Parsons

Publisher: Duval House Pub. = Éditions Duval

ISBN: CORNELL:31924103870873

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Page: 207

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The Buyer s Manual a Merchandising HandbookThe Buyer s Manual a Merchandising Handbook



The smart supervisor never fails to " ask ” employees to do things or to give the “
reasons why . ” Another important ... by what he gets done , and the department
managers in a store are the “ doers ” — the people who have to get things done .

Author: National Retail Merchants Association. Merchandising Division

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B3116682

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The 2006 Federal BudgetThe 2006 Federal Budget



Rethinking Fiscal Priorities Charles M. Beach, Thomas A. Wilson, Michael Smart.
As with all JDI activities and publications , the person who gets things done is
Sharon Sullivan . She manages the conference , coordinates the process of ...

Author: Charles M. Beach

Publisher: Queens Univ School of Policy

ISBN: UCSC:32106018951613

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Page: 218

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The 2006 federal budget was the first for a new Conservative minority government led by a prime minister from the west. As a platform for implementing distinctive election promises, the 2006 budget offered ample opportunity for rethinking fiscal priorities in Canada, such as cutting the GST, addressing fiscal imbalance with the provinces, and finding a different approach to childcare and child benefits. The papers in this volume examine the political and economic context informing the 2006 budget as well as lessons from recent U.S. tax policy debates and a quantitative evaluation of the impact of the overall budget package on the Canadian economy. Special attention is devoted to alternative federal tax structures, fiscal imbalance, and the recent federal Blue Ribbon report. Contributors also look at the new federal policy on childcare and child benefits, how the budget relates to productivity and competitiveness, and general sustainability of the new fiscal plan.



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through : - Light gets in through the ... crack i Až tòutuo ( T ) clever ; sharp ; bright ;
intelligent : ift1 - , F. This man is very smart and gets things done W 1553 tóu – tou
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Author: 景荣·吴

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015052634972

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Page: 2216

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New Age Chinese-English Dictionary is a hefty volume that contains over 120,000 terms including popular new words in all kinds of areas. Each entry provides precise explanation and a sample of word usage.

Why Can t We Get Anything Done Around Here The Smart Manager s Guide to Executing the Work That Delivers Results The Smart Manager s Guide to Executing the Work That Delivers ResultsWhy Can t We Get Anything Done Around Here The Smart Manager s Guide to Executing the Work That Delivers Results The Smart Manager s Guide to Executing the Work That Delivers Results



The error for you as a manager is in not insisting the big Ds get done. As with
yellow flags, you may not be able to assign a big D and walk away. Part of your
job as someone who gets things accomplished is staying on top of those big Ds.
The ...

Author: R. Lefton

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 9780071430067

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Page: 192

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A proven system for ensuring that your business is productive--not just busy! Coauthored by the president and CEO of the prestigious international consulting firm Psychological Associates, Why Can't We Get Anything Done Around Here? Shows business leaders how to get bottom-line results with new methods for designing and implementing business strategies. These proven methods will help any business: Zero in on tasks essential to company success and assign them to the right people Motivate employees to achieve and maintain crisis-level performance without crisislevel stress and burnout Match tasks with technical, interpersonal, and decision-making skills

Sainik SamacharSainik Samachar



A good leader gets things done with a maximum of willingness and a minimum of
effort . The assertive type gets things done , but with a minimum of willingness
and a maximum of effort . ... If you want them to look smart , you must look smart .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UIUC:30112043891149

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