I still don't know very much.
The hardest part of software is building the right thing.
The best software engineers think like designers.
The best code is no code, or code you don't have to maintain.
Software is a means to an end.
Sometimes you have to stop sharpening the saw, and just start cutting shit.
If you don’t have a good grasp of the universe of what’s possible, you can’t design a good system.
Every system eventually sicks, get over it.
Nobody asks "why" enough.
We should be far more focused on avoiding 0.1x programmers than finding 10x programmers.
One of the biggest differences between a senior engineer and a junior engineer is that they’ve formed opinions about the way things should be.
People don’t really want innovation.
Your data is the most important part of your system.
Look for technological sharks.
Don't mistake humility for ignorance.
Software engineers should write regularly.
Keep your processes as lean as possible.
Software engineers, like all humans, need to feel ownership.
Interviews are almost worthless for telling how good of a team member someone will be.
Always strive to build a smaller system.
A blog post as response to it ?
Actually, it is !
Thanks for this inspiring post 😄
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