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Thanks or No Thanks

by Joel Spolsky
Wednesday, January 14, 2009

“Simply because one programmer’s idea translated visibly and directly into a lot of money didn’t mean that the other team members weren’t adding just as much value to the business, albeit in a less direct way.”

From my latest Inc. column: Thanks or No Thanks


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