Archive for January, 2016
Here’s another fascinating article about working for a startup: Candid Advice For Those Joining The Startup World: Sleep With One Eye Open
This is long, but worth the read if you are considering working at a startup.
The author wrote an ebook, which is currently priced at $85, titled How to Engineer Your Layoff. The idea is to get a package that is worth something awesome. My package was pretty lame, and I know my company would not have done anything more than what they did. But I bet this $85 is a terrific investment if you work for a company or people with integrity.
From Friday’s article, I clicked through and started reading these posts which are fascinating. They talk about how to come up with employee compensation in a startup, and sharing those numbers with complete transparency.
Buffer’s compensation and equity spreadsheet: fascinating!
Joel Spolsky post which inspired Buffer on this (on GitHub)