I’ve recently been interviewing people for a job on my team, and I have to tell you: the more interviews I do, the more I learn about what a great interview can look like.
Svilen writes: In the last month or so I have not seen any questions to you, so I’ve decided to drop you a line. 🙂 I like your idea of spreading knowledge to the people around you – I’m referring mostly to the colleagues, when I say people. So here comes the question: have you ever […]
I’ve recently had a few folks ask something along the lines of, “how do you care for yourself, personally, and deal with the stress from work?” It’s actually kind of a simple answer, but it comes in a few parts.
Gregg asks: I’m in my early 30s, and I need to be doing better about saving for retirement. I’ve overheard you at the bar at PowerShell Summit talking about this – what do you know? I hope you’ll ask a question, too! And I hope you’ll stick with me here, because this is gonna be […]
Stuart reader asks: Cyber security, Artificial intelligence and hacking are all [trending] in the media recently. Microsoft has prevented access to political groups sites, Banks are wanting to have a more streamlined user experience. And people are warning that AI will be more disruptive and could be the end for us all. Should we all […]
Mike asks: I’ve read in Be the Master how you focus on managing your time. But I get yanked around a lot at work – email, meetings, crises, and I suppose some Facebook and Twitter time. How do I figure out where it’s being wasted? I hope you’ll ask a question, too! And here’s the list of everything […]
Jeremy writes: In the spirit of ‘Be The Master‘ and the non-binary teacher-student relationship, what is something that you are currently a novice in, and how are you working to approach mastery at it? I hope you’ll ask a question, too! Visit here for info. And here’s the list of everything asked so far.
An anonymous reader asks: I don’t have a degree, and [potential employer] is pushing back on making me put down high school diploma as my only completed education since I don’t have a BS yet. So, What would you do if HR is pushing back on requiring a degree, but the job itself doesn’t require […]
Anna writes: My jobs has changed to just programming with PowerShell, basically automating mundane SQL server tasks. It has been a challenge automating and executing my job concurrently. I tried different ways to organize my day and it just frustrating. I work during the day and code at night. After 3 years of this I […]
Brandon writes: I read the “Which path should I take” post and it got me to wondering – what do you recommend for those of us who have already reached a level our younger selves would have considered success, but now want to plan for the next 20 years? With the changes to administration (Azure/Office […]