One man's ill-advised attempt to make change in the NetSuite development space.
Instead of providing you any answers lately, I’ve largely been asking you questions. That means my publishing has been a little on the lighter side recently, but it’s for a good reason! Through your replies and your conversations, I’m continually improving my understanding of your perspective and situation within the SuiteScript niche. Thank you to
Does the physical location of a competent employee change the amount of value they can deliver for your organization? If it does, I’d be keen to hear your story. If it does not, why would you pay them any differently? -EG
Today a friend and former colleague of mine – who happens to now be in a development leadership role for a NetSuite partner – was lamenting the extreme difficulty of finding and hiring NetSuite developers. I’m always keenly curious about hiring practices for NetSuite developers, so I asked a few follow-up questions. As the conversation
Software is never finished; clients are always changing and re-prioritizing. NetSuite is ever a moving target – always updating and evolving. Market forces are always shifting and shoving, forcing new demands on your business. Your employees should never be done learning, adapting, and developing skills, habits, and processes. All of this change is inevitable. You’ll
You’ve already heard from me today, but I couldn’t not share this article from BBC News Principal Engineer James Donohue titled Looks Good To Me: Making code reviews better for remote-first teams. This article provides an insightful view into the challenges faced by a development team that expanded its headcount rapidly, transitioned from in-person-only to
Leadership is lonely – especially in a tiny development niche like NetSuite. As a leader working in a fast-paced, small organization often forces you to wear too many hats, to make difficult compromises, and to make strategic decisions quickly with limited information or resources. The relatively quiet and closed nature of our space only compounds
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