Dan is joined by Tim Ferriss, who has been described as “A cross between Jack Welch and a Buddhist monk.” by the New York Times. He has been listed as one of Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Business People”.
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In building software, we can often end up feeling like we're a cog in a
machine. Arbitrary deadlines, death-marches and crunch-mode are symptomatic of an
unsustainable development practice.
Ernie Miller and Chad Fowler chat with me about another way of
approaching development: Humane Development.
The original Humane Development blog post
Slack, a book Chad recommended for managers
Chad's blog post Who I want to Hire
Chad's book The Passionate Programmer
Avdi Grimm's The Passion Gospel
The Humane Development website
Humane development t-shirt on Teespring
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