Joel on Software: Hitting the High Notes

July 25, 2005

Joel comes through again: In his latest article entitled Hitting the High Notes, Joel attempts to debunk prove the idea that you must have the best programmers to make the best product and be profitable. It’s a must read, pretty much like everything Joel writes. Great article.

Update: Yeah – what Cedric said πŸ™‚ – See the first comment from Cedric to make sense. Joel’s debunking the idea of the traditional ‘build-a-better-mousetrap’. Lack of caffeine is my story and I’m sticking to it πŸ™‚


2 Responses to “Joel on Software: Hitting the High Notes”

  1. Cedric said

    Actually, it’s the other way around. He’s not trying to *debunk* the fact that you need great programmers to create great products, he’s trying to *prove* it.

    Are you sure you read the article right? πŸ™‚


  2. Hi Cedric and thanks. I think I was a little too excited to blog about Joel’s article that I put my foot in my mouth – virtually of course πŸ™‚

    And thanks for the TestNG plugin for IDEA.

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