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Where the wild code grows

Sometimes I just like to sit back and code something. Free from deadlines. Free from requirements. Free from issue systems and planning teams. It’s so liberating to free ourselves of the shackles of business requirements and just do something we want. 781 more words

Programming

Putting Best Practices into Practise

During job interviews, we are often asked to furnish and flaunt our academic certificates and are even tested for our views on larger social, environmental and global issues. 433 more words

Management

Code School Managing Director needed in Boulder (Boulder)

CodeCraft is a new web development coding bootcamp launching in the fall of 2015 in Boulder, Colorado.
We are seeking a Managing Director who will be responsible for leading the successful launch of the school and then managing the day-to-day operat […] 7 more words

San Francisco

Would you rather do a risk assessment or pay $340,000...

this is what an employer found out, the hard way unfortunately.

The Story
An employee working in a slaughter house was doing what slaughter employees do when the knife he had in his hand as he was butchering an animal move unexpectedly when hitting a bone and cutting the top of his left thumb and severing his extensor tendon. 259 more words

Leadership

The Art of Active Listening

Active listening seems so simple, but the truth is, for many it’s a difficult task. I have worked with some individuals who are exceptional listeners, but more often than not I find that many people don’t really listen. 504 more words

Blog

Head of Client Care with PILLOW (SOMA / south beach)

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WHO IS PILLOW?
Hey there! We are seasoned entrepreneurs in the heart of San Francisco’s SOMA neighborhood. Pillow is the #1 t […] 7 more words

San Francisco

3 Essential Ingredients Found in Every High Growth Company Manual| By |Rebekah Richards

Annual reports are one of those things that can enlighten your or bore you to death. You’ll either find yourself in awe of the growth a company experienced, find new strategies to attempt or feel more unimpressed at the slight steady growth. 728 more words

Technology