Companies pivot. Startups, more than most.
Pivots are usually good. It’s a reaction to when the current business plan isn’t going… well, according to plan.
They’re Plan B… or C… or D.
But how can you tell the difference between a pivot and when you’re just adding new product offering or feature to your company portfolio?
As I mentioned before, SQL Operations Studio is my new favorite SQL digging tool for queries. It loads fast, is portable, and, most of all, has user-configurable widgets.
Let’s dive into a create some custom widgets!
What’s the worst part of your job as a team lead or manager? Deadlines? Crazed customers?
Nah, that’s simple stuff!
It’s probably hiring and building a technical team. Figuring out which life experiences equate to which certifications and who best meshes with your team can be really difficult.
Here’s a some tips to simplify all of those comparisons into what, I think, really matters.
It’s hard to believe that it’s already 2018.
Hell, it’s hard to believe it’s already past 2000. I’m still at a point of thinking “10 years ago” was the 1990s and that I just graduated from college a couple of years ago.
As with everyone else, this time of year has me reflecting on the past year’s accomplishments (and explosive failures) and looking to what’s next for the new year.
Over the years, I’ve worked with many programming languages and this list cracks me up every time I see it.
So true. So very true.