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Does Slow Growth Equal Slow Death?

by Joel Spolsky
Tuesday, November 03, 2009

My new Inc. column is up. “For a guy who wrote a book on how to hire great programmers, it’s mortifying how incompetent I’ve been at enlarging the sales team, which, right now, consists of one terrific account executive and a dog. (I’m just kidding. There’s no dog.)”


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