It Doesn't Have to Be Crazy at Work

It Doesn't Have to Be Crazy at Work

In this timely manifesto, the authors of the New York Times bestseller Rework broadly reject the prevailing notion that long hours, aggressive hustle, and "whatever it takes" are required to run a successful business today. In Rework, Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson introduced a new path to working effectively. Now, they build on their message with a bold, iconocla In this timely manifesto, the authors of the New York Times bestseller Rework broadly reject the prevailing notion th...

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It Doesn't Have to Be Crazy at Work Reviews

  • Sarah
    Aug 22, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

    I've got mixed feelings on this one. After reading remote and rework, this one feels kinda "cheap", in the sense that is a 18$ book (pre-order, now is 25$) that you read in a couple of days. Don't get me wrong, I like the content, but, maybe I've just been following DHH and his "teac...

    Bam! Bam! Bam! This book shoots advice from the third gen of the way of working in software development. Will everything from this book be there in the future? No. Will everything here work for you? No. Are some things only possible if you are already highly profitable and don't have e...

    Listened to the audiobook. Love the clarity and conciseness of the book. It does so without losing any punch or impact too. ...

    Alternative title: 'Come work at Basecamp!' There's something weird about modern work culture, things our grandfathers have fought and died for, like the 40 hour work-week, are being unrolled, not directly by your mean bosses, but by neoliberalism/late stage capitalism's magic trick...

    Nice. It?s good to read business advice from successful business people that is so calm and takes a different line from almost any other I?ve read. Assuming working for Basecamp really is as good as the picture the authors paint then anyone working there is pretty lucky. A f...

    ??? ????? ?? ???????????. ???? ??? ??? ????????????. ?????? ????? ?????? ? ???????????? ??? ????. ?? ? JF ??????? ?????? ?????! »»»»» Your company should be your best produc...

    Short and easy to read set of valuable advice. After working in different kind of companies, I have identified that calmness is one of the key factors when choosing my next workplace, and this book proved once again that it's possible to achieve easily. Thinking about incorporating a...

    Jason fried and DHH have done a brilliant job with this book. It?s thought provoking and there are some really useful bit of advice. I?m certain that it?ll have a massive impact on how we work, just as rework, and remote did. Anyone who cares about achieving a sensible work life ...

    Yet another reference book from Basecamp for the likes of me in software development industry. Just like 'Rework' and 'Remote' this book points to issues we feel that some things are wrong with but don't have the courage to put into words because of the way things 'are' in the business...

    Author interview on The Indicator, on why open office plans and instant messaging are awful: "Interruption is an arrogant act." https://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=558830... ...

  • Vitor Capela
    Oct 08, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

  • Matt Goddard
    Oct 09, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

    I've got mixed feelings on this one. After reading remote and rework, this one feels kinda "cheap", in the sense that is a 18$ book (pre-order, now is 25$) that you read in a couple of days. Don't get me wrong, I like the content, but, maybe I've just been following DHH and his "teac...

    Bam! Bam! Bam! This book shoots advice from the third gen of the way of working in software development. Will everything from this book be there in the future? No. Will everything here work for you? No. Are some things only possible if you are already highly profitable and don't have e...

    Listened to the audiobook. Love the clarity and conciseness of the book. It does so without losing any punch or impact too. ...

    Alternative title: 'Come work at Basecamp!' There's something weird about modern work culture, things our grandfathers have fought and died for, like the 40 hour work-week, are being unrolled, not directly by your mean bosses, but by neoliberalism/late stage capitalism's magic trick...

    Nice. It?s good to read business advice from successful business people that is so calm and takes a different line from almost any other I?ve read. Assuming working for Basecamp really is as good as the picture the authors paint then anyone working there is pretty lucky. A f...

    ??? ????? ?? ???????????. ???? ??? ??? ????????????. ?????? ????? ?????? ? ???????????? ??? ????. ?? ? JF ??????? ?????? ?????! »»»»» Your company should be your best produc...

    Short and easy to read set of valuable advice. After working in different kind of companies, I have identified that calmness is one of the key factors when choosing my next workplace, and this book proved once again that it's possible to achieve easily. Thinking about incorporating a...

    Jason fried and DHH have done a brilliant job with this book. It?s thought provoking and there are some really useful bit of advice. I?m certain that it?ll have a massive impact on how we work, just as rework, and remote did. Anyone who cares about achieving a sensible work life ...

  • Adolfo Neto
    Nov 02, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

    I've got mixed feelings on this one. After reading remote and rework, this one feels kinda "cheap", in the sense that is a 18$ book (pre-order, now is 25$) that you read in a couple of days. Don't get me wrong, I like the content, but, maybe I've just been following DHH and his "teac...

    Bam! Bam! Bam! This book shoots advice from the third gen of the way of working in software development. Will everything from this book be there in the future? No. Will everything here work for you? No. Are some things only possible if you are already highly profitable and don't have e...

    Listened to the audiobook. Love the clarity and conciseness of the book. It does so without losing any punch or impact too. ...

    Alternative title: 'Come work at Basecamp!' There's something weird about modern work culture, things our grandfathers have fought and died for, like the 40 hour work-week, are being unrolled, not directly by your mean bosses, but by neoliberalism/late stage capitalism's magic trick...

    Nice. It?s good to read business advice from successful business people that is so calm and takes a different line from almost any other I?ve read. Assuming working for Basecamp really is as good as the picture the authors paint then anyone working there is pretty lucky. A f...

    ??? ????? ?? ???????????. ???? ??? ??? ????????????. ?????? ????? ?????? ? ???????????? ??? ????. ?? ? JF ??????? ?????? ?????! »»»»» Your company should be your best produc...

    Short and easy to read set of valuable advice. After working in different kind of companies, I have identified that calmness is one of the key factors when choosing my next workplace, and this book proved once again that it's possible to achieve easily. Thinking about incorporating a...

    Jason fried and DHH have done a brilliant job with this book. It?s thought provoking and there are some really useful bit of advice. I?m certain that it?ll have a massive impact on how we work, just as rework, and remote did. Anyone who cares about achieving a sensible work life ...

    Yet another reference book from Basecamp for the likes of me in software development industry. Just like 'Rework' and 'Remote' this book points to issues we feel that some things are wrong with but don't have the courage to put into words because of the way things 'are' in the business...

    Author interview on The Indicator, on why open office plans and instant messaging are awful: "Interruption is an arrogant act." https://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=558830... ...

    This is sensible advice and the wisdom isn't common in my experience. It was enjoyable and highlights some of the weaknesses I hadn't recognised in my current job. I really enjoyed the ideas around distraction reduction. I'm expected to be in meetings constantly that generally amount t...

    "Mark Twain nailed it: ?Comparison is the death of joy.? We?re with Mark." "Requiring discomfort?or pain?to make progress is faulty logic" "Being comfortable in your zone is essential to being calm" "don?t tie more knots, cut more ties. The fewer bonds, the better"...

    Wenn man 2018 nur ein einziges Business-Buch lesen will, dann würde ich das hier vorschlagen. In gewohnt kurzen und knackigen Kapiteln (1-3 Seiten lang) bringen die beiden Gründer von Basecamp die Themen auf den Punkt. Welcher Weg führt zu "Calm" - also zu einem ruhigen, gelassenen ...

    I guess asking me to review this is similar to asking a Christian to review the bible, or a teenager to review the latest song from Justin Bieber. I am as biased here as I can be, so you should not listen to me. Read the book yourself! ...

    I have very much enjoyed books by Jason Fried. I have definitely worked in the scary non-calm company he describes and I am lucky I no longer do. No matter if you do or not, reading this is a good reminder how things could be calm and maybe it could even calm you down. It is a super fa...

    Jason and David, did a great job again, thourgh well-written and extreme lean articles, they inspire us to seek and build a calm work environment, this book is full of tips for all kinds of companies ...

    I have read all their books and this one is their best. Easy to read yet profound. I would like to work for a company such as Basecamp. If I were an entrepreneur, I would try, as much as possible, to adapt their ideas to my company. ...

  • Bill
    Oct 10, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

  • Jaana Metsamaa
    Nov 07, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

    I've got mixed feelings on this one. After reading remote and rework, this one feels kinda "cheap", in the sense that is a 18$ book (pre-order, now is 25$) that you read in a couple of days. Don't get me wrong, I like the content, but, maybe I've just been following DHH and his "teac...

    Bam! Bam! Bam! This book shoots advice from the third gen of the way of working in software development. Will everything from this book be there in the future? No. Will everything here work for you? No. Are some things only possible if you are already highly profitable and don't have e...

    Listened to the audiobook. Love the clarity and conciseness of the book. It does so without losing any punch or impact too. ...

    Alternative title: 'Come work at Basecamp!' There's something weird about modern work culture, things our grandfathers have fought and died for, like the 40 hour work-week, are being unrolled, not directly by your mean bosses, but by neoliberalism/late stage capitalism's magic trick...

    Nice. It?s good to read business advice from successful business people that is so calm and takes a different line from almost any other I?ve read. Assuming working for Basecamp really is as good as the picture the authors paint then anyone working there is pretty lucky. A f...

    ??? ????? ?? ???????????. ???? ??? ??? ????????????. ?????? ????? ?????? ? ???????????? ??? ????. ?? ? JF ??????? ?????? ?????! »»»»» Your company should be your best produc...

    Short and easy to read set of valuable advice. After working in different kind of companies, I have identified that calmness is one of the key factors when choosing my next workplace, and this book proved once again that it's possible to achieve easily. Thinking about incorporating a...

    Jason fried and DHH have done a brilliant job with this book. It?s thought provoking and there are some really useful bit of advice. I?m certain that it?ll have a massive impact on how we work, just as rework, and remote did. Anyone who cares about achieving a sensible work life ...

    Yet another reference book from Basecamp for the likes of me in software development industry. Just like 'Rework' and 'Remote' this book points to issues we feel that some things are wrong with but don't have the courage to put into words because of the way things 'are' in the business...

    Author interview on The Indicator, on why open office plans and instant messaging are awful: "Interruption is an arrogant act." https://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=558830... ...

    This is sensible advice and the wisdom isn't common in my experience. It was enjoyable and highlights some of the weaknesses I hadn't recognised in my current job. I really enjoyed the ideas around distraction reduction. I'm expected to be in meetings constantly that generally amount t...

    "Mark Twain nailed it: ?Comparison is the death of joy.? We?re with Mark." "Requiring discomfort?or pain?to make progress is faulty logic" "Being comfortable in your zone is essential to being calm" "don?t tie more knots, cut more ties. The fewer bonds, the better"...

    Wenn man 2018 nur ein einziges Business-Buch lesen will, dann würde ich das hier vorschlagen. In gewohnt kurzen und knackigen Kapiteln (1-3 Seiten lang) bringen die beiden Gründer von Basecamp die Themen auf den Punkt. Welcher Weg führt zu "Calm" - also zu einem ruhigen, gelassenen ...

    I guess asking me to review this is similar to asking a Christian to review the bible, or a teenager to review the latest song from Justin Bieber. I am as biased here as I can be, so you should not listen to me. Read the book yourself! ...

    I have very much enjoyed books by Jason Fried. I have definitely worked in the scary non-calm company he describes and I am lucky I no longer do. No matter if you do or not, reading this is a good reminder how things could be calm and maybe it could even calm you down. It is a super fa...

  • Katja
    Nov 07, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

    I've got mixed feelings on this one. After reading remote and rework, this one feels kinda "cheap", in the sense that is a 18$ book (pre-order, now is 25$) that you read in a couple of days. Don't get me wrong, I like the content, but, maybe I've just been following DHH and his "teac...

    Bam! Bam! Bam! This book shoots advice from the third gen of the way of working in software development. Will everything from this book be there in the future? No. Will everything here work for you? No. Are some things only possible if you are already highly profitable and don't have e...

    Listened to the audiobook. Love the clarity and conciseness of the book. It does so without losing any punch or impact too. ...

    Alternative title: 'Come work at Basecamp!' There's something weird about modern work culture, things our grandfathers have fought and died for, like the 40 hour work-week, are being unrolled, not directly by your mean bosses, but by neoliberalism/late stage capitalism's magic trick...

    Nice. It?s good to read business advice from successful business people that is so calm and takes a different line from almost any other I?ve read. Assuming working for Basecamp really is as good as the picture the authors paint then anyone working there is pretty lucky. A f...

    ??? ????? ?? ???????????. ???? ??? ??? ????????????. ?????? ????? ?????? ? ???????????? ??? ????. ?? ? JF ??????? ?????? ?????! »»»»» Your company should be your best produc...

    Short and easy to read set of valuable advice. After working in different kind of companies, I have identified that calmness is one of the key factors when choosing my next workplace, and this book proved once again that it's possible to achieve easily. Thinking about incorporating a...

    Jason fried and DHH have done a brilliant job with this book. It?s thought provoking and there are some really useful bit of advice. I?m certain that it?ll have a massive impact on how we work, just as rework, and remote did. Anyone who cares about achieving a sensible work life ...

    Yet another reference book from Basecamp for the likes of me in software development industry. Just like 'Rework' and 'Remote' this book points to issues we feel that some things are wrong with but don't have the courage to put into words because of the way things 'are' in the business...

    Author interview on The Indicator, on why open office plans and instant messaging are awful: "Interruption is an arrogant act." https://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=558830... ...

    This is sensible advice and the wisdom isn't common in my experience. It was enjoyable and highlights some of the weaknesses I hadn't recognised in my current job. I really enjoyed the ideas around distraction reduction. I'm expected to be in meetings constantly that generally amount t...

    "Mark Twain nailed it: ?Comparison is the death of joy.? We?re with Mark." "Requiring discomfort?or pain?to make progress is faulty logic" "Being comfortable in your zone is essential to being calm" "don?t tie more knots, cut more ties. The fewer bonds, the better"...

    Wenn man 2018 nur ein einziges Business-Buch lesen will, dann würde ich das hier vorschlagen. In gewohnt kurzen und knackigen Kapiteln (1-3 Seiten lang) bringen die beiden Gründer von Basecamp die Themen auf den Punkt. Welcher Weg führt zu "Calm" - also zu einem ruhigen, gelassenen ...

  • Youghourta
    Oct 03, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

  • Seyfeddin
    Oct 16, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

  • André Gomes
    Oct 25, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

    I've got mixed feelings on this one. After reading remote and rework, this one feels kinda "cheap", in the sense that is a 18$ book (pre-order, now is 25$) that you read in a couple of days. Don't get me wrong, I like the content, but, maybe I've just been following DHH and his "teac...

    Bam! Bam! Bam! This book shoots advice from the third gen of the way of working in software development. Will everything from this book be there in the future? No. Will everything here work for you? No. Are some things only possible if you are already highly profitable and don't have e...

    Listened to the audiobook. Love the clarity and conciseness of the book. It does so without losing any punch or impact too. ...

    Alternative title: 'Come work at Basecamp!' There's something weird about modern work culture, things our grandfathers have fought and died for, like the 40 hour work-week, are being unrolled, not directly by your mean bosses, but by neoliberalism/late stage capitalism's magic trick...

    Nice. It?s good to read business advice from successful business people that is so calm and takes a different line from almost any other I?ve read. Assuming working for Basecamp really is as good as the picture the authors paint then anyone working there is pretty lucky. A f...

    ??? ????? ?? ???????????. ???? ??? ??? ????????????. ?????? ????? ?????? ? ???????????? ??? ????. ?? ? JF ??????? ?????? ?????! »»»»» Your company should be your best produc...

    Short and easy to read set of valuable advice. After working in different kind of companies, I have identified that calmness is one of the key factors when choosing my next workplace, and this book proved once again that it's possible to achieve easily. Thinking about incorporating a...

    Jason fried and DHH have done a brilliant job with this book. It?s thought provoking and there are some really useful bit of advice. I?m certain that it?ll have a massive impact on how we work, just as rework, and remote did. Anyone who cares about achieving a sensible work life ...

    Yet another reference book from Basecamp for the likes of me in software development industry. Just like 'Rework' and 'Remote' this book points to issues we feel that some things are wrong with but don't have the courage to put into words because of the way things 'are' in the business...

    Author interview on The Indicator, on why open office plans and instant messaging are awful: "Interruption is an arrogant act." https://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=558830... ...

    This is sensible advice and the wisdom isn't common in my experience. It was enjoyable and highlights some of the weaknesses I hadn't recognised in my current job. I really enjoyed the ideas around distraction reduction. I'm expected to be in meetings constantly that generally amount t...

    "Mark Twain nailed it: ?Comparison is the death of joy.? We?re with Mark." "Requiring discomfort?or pain?to make progress is faulty logic" "Being comfortable in your zone is essential to being calm" "don?t tie more knots, cut more ties. The fewer bonds, the better"...

    Wenn man 2018 nur ein einziges Business-Buch lesen will, dann würde ich das hier vorschlagen. In gewohnt kurzen und knackigen Kapiteln (1-3 Seiten lang) bringen die beiden Gründer von Basecamp die Themen auf den Punkt. Welcher Weg führt zu "Calm" - also zu einem ruhigen, gelassenen ...

    I guess asking me to review this is similar to asking a Christian to review the bible, or a teenager to review the latest song from Justin Bieber. I am as biased here as I can be, so you should not listen to me. Read the book yourself! ...

    I have very much enjoyed books by Jason Fried. I have definitely worked in the scary non-calm company he describes and I am lucky I no longer do. No matter if you do or not, reading this is a good reminder how things could be calm and maybe it could even calm you down. It is a super fa...

    Jason and David, did a great job again, thourgh well-written and extreme lean articles, they inspire us to seek and build a calm work environment, this book is full of tips for all kinds of companies ...

    I have read all their books and this one is their best. Easy to read yet profound. I would like to work for a company such as Basecamp. If I were an entrepreneur, I would try, as much as possible, to adapt their ideas to my company. ...

    I'd recommend this book to owners, founders and senior leaders - anyone who can influence or dictate workplace norms. I would not recommend this book to most employees, as they will probably want to quit their job and go work at Basecamp. It sounds like Basecamp's founders (and thi...

    I don't think this way of running a business would work for everyone and every company (they don't claim that either), but it is very original, makes sense, it is healthier and better for the long term. Makes you think about your choices, and realize that there are other ways of run...

  • Alex
    Oct 27, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

  • Arturo Herrero
    Oct 07, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

    I've got mixed feelings on this one. After reading remote and rework, this one feels kinda "cheap", in the sense that is a 18$ book (pre-order, now is 25$) that you read in a couple of days. Don't get me wrong, I like the content, but, maybe I've just been following DHH and his "teac...

    Bam! Bam! Bam! This book shoots advice from the third gen of the way of working in software development. Will everything from this book be there in the future? No. Will everything here work for you? No. Are some things only possible if you are already highly profitable and don't have e...

    Listened to the audiobook. Love the clarity and conciseness of the book. It does so without losing any punch or impact too. ...

    Alternative title: 'Come work at Basecamp!' There's something weird about modern work culture, things our grandfathers have fought and died for, like the 40 hour work-week, are being unrolled, not directly by your mean bosses, but by neoliberalism/late stage capitalism's magic trick...

    Nice. It?s good to read business advice from successful business people that is so calm and takes a different line from almost any other I?ve read. Assuming working for Basecamp really is as good as the picture the authors paint then anyone working there is pretty lucky. A f...

    ??? ????? ?? ???????????. ???? ??? ??? ????????????. ?????? ????? ?????? ? ???????????? ??? ????. ?? ? JF ??????? ?????? ?????! »»»»» Your company should be your best produc...

    Short and easy to read set of valuable advice. After working in different kind of companies, I have identified that calmness is one of the key factors when choosing my next workplace, and this book proved once again that it's possible to achieve easily. Thinking about incorporating a...

    Jason fried and DHH have done a brilliant job with this book. It?s thought provoking and there are some really useful bit of advice. I?m certain that it?ll have a massive impact on how we work, just as rework, and remote did. Anyone who cares about achieving a sensible work life ...

    Yet another reference book from Basecamp for the likes of me in software development industry. Just like 'Rework' and 'Remote' this book points to issues we feel that some things are wrong with but don't have the courage to put into words because of the way things 'are' in the business...

    Author interview on The Indicator, on why open office plans and instant messaging are awful: "Interruption is an arrogant act." https://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=558830... ...

    This is sensible advice and the wisdom isn't common in my experience. It was enjoyable and highlights some of the weaknesses I hadn't recognised in my current job. I really enjoyed the ideas around distraction reduction. I'm expected to be in meetings constantly that generally amount t...

    "Mark Twain nailed it: ?Comparison is the death of joy.? We?re with Mark." "Requiring discomfort?or pain?to make progress is faulty logic" "Being comfortable in your zone is essential to being calm" "don?t tie more knots, cut more ties. The fewer bonds, the better"...

    Wenn man 2018 nur ein einziges Business-Buch lesen will, dann würde ich das hier vorschlagen. In gewohnt kurzen und knackigen Kapiteln (1-3 Seiten lang) bringen die beiden Gründer von Basecamp die Themen auf den Punkt. Welcher Weg führt zu "Calm" - also zu einem ruhigen, gelassenen ...

    I guess asking me to review this is similar to asking a Christian to review the bible, or a teenager to review the latest song from Justin Bieber. I am as biased here as I can be, so you should not listen to me. Read the book yourself! ...

    I have very much enjoyed books by Jason Fried. I have definitely worked in the scary non-calm company he describes and I am lucky I no longer do. No matter if you do or not, reading this is a good reminder how things could be calm and maybe it could even calm you down. It is a super fa...

    Jason and David, did a great job again, thourgh well-written and extreme lean articles, they inspire us to seek and build a calm work environment, this book is full of tips for all kinds of companies ...

    I have read all their books and this one is their best. Easy to read yet profound. I would like to work for a company such as Basecamp. If I were an entrepreneur, I would try, as much as possible, to adapt their ideas to my company. ...

    I'd recommend this book to owners, founders and senior leaders - anyone who can influence or dictate workplace norms. I would not recommend this book to most employees, as they will probably want to quit their job and go work at Basecamp. It sounds like Basecamp's founders (and thi...

    I don't think this way of running a business would work for everyone and every company (they don't claim that either), but it is very original, makes sense, it is healthier and better for the long term. Makes you think about your choices, and realize that there are other ways of run...

    It's a great book not as a book per se, but as a proof that things can be different then we are made to believe. It's like a fairy tale that takes you in a different time and place. It shows you some things can work in the real world if you think about others as people, not as a way to...

    I love their other books and have been following DHH & Jason's blogging / thoughts for a long time. Overall, I'm aligned with a lot of their values with respect to work/life balance and approach. That said, if you already follow their stuff like me, you won't find much substance...

    Sounds transgressive, but, really ? it's just common sense. Two interesting ideas from the book: The Trust Battery Another concept we talk a lot about is something called a ?trust battery.? It?s charged at 50 percent when people are first hired. And then every time you...

  • Philipp
    Nov 30, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

    I've got mixed feelings on this one. After reading remote and rework, this one feels kinda "cheap", in the sense that is a 18$ book (pre-order, now is 25$) that you read in a couple of days. Don't get me wrong, I like the content, but, maybe I've just been following DHH and his "teac...

    Bam! Bam! Bam! This book shoots advice from the third gen of the way of working in software development. Will everything from this book be there in the future? No. Will everything here work for you? No. Are some things only possible if you are already highly profitable and don't have e...

    Listened to the audiobook. Love the clarity and conciseness of the book. It does so without losing any punch or impact too. ...

    Alternative title: 'Come work at Basecamp!' There's something weird about modern work culture, things our grandfathers have fought and died for, like the 40 hour work-week, are being unrolled, not directly by your mean bosses, but by neoliberalism/late stage capitalism's magic trick...

  • José
    Oct 25, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

    I've got mixed feelings on this one. After reading remote and rework, this one feels kinda "cheap", in the sense that is a 18$ book (pre-order, now is 25$) that you read in a couple of days. Don't get me wrong, I like the content, but, maybe I've just been following DHH and his "teac...

  • Romans Karpelcevs
    Nov 09, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

    I've got mixed feelings on this one. After reading remote and rework, this one feels kinda "cheap", in the sense that is a 18$ book (pre-order, now is 25$) that you read in a couple of days. Don't get me wrong, I like the content, but, maybe I've just been following DHH and his "teac...

    Bam! Bam! Bam! This book shoots advice from the third gen of the way of working in software development. Will everything from this book be there in the future? No. Will everything here work for you? No. Are some things only possible if you are already highly profitable and don't have e...

  • Koray Al
    Oct 04, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

    I've got mixed feelings on this one. After reading remote and rework, this one feels kinda "cheap", in the sense that is a 18$ book (pre-order, now is 25$) that you read in a couple of days. Don't get me wrong, I like the content, but, maybe I've just been following DHH and his "teac...

    Bam! Bam! Bam! This book shoots advice from the third gen of the way of working in software development. Will everything from this book be there in the future? No. Will everything here work for you? No. Are some things only possible if you are already highly profitable and don't have e...

    Listened to the audiobook. Love the clarity and conciseness of the book. It does so without losing any punch or impact too. ...

    Alternative title: 'Come work at Basecamp!' There's something weird about modern work culture, things our grandfathers have fought and died for, like the 40 hour work-week, are being unrolled, not directly by your mean bosses, but by neoliberalism/late stage capitalism's magic trick...

    Nice. It?s good to read business advice from successful business people that is so calm and takes a different line from almost any other I?ve read. Assuming working for Basecamp really is as good as the picture the authors paint then anyone working there is pretty lucky. A f...

    ??? ????? ?? ???????????. ???? ??? ??? ????????????. ?????? ????? ?????? ? ???????????? ??? ????. ?? ? JF ??????? ?????? ?????! »»»»» Your company should be your best produc...

    Short and easy to read set of valuable advice. After working in different kind of companies, I have identified that calmness is one of the key factors when choosing my next workplace, and this book proved once again that it's possible to achieve easily. Thinking about incorporating a...

    Jason fried and DHH have done a brilliant job with this book. It?s thought provoking and there are some really useful bit of advice. I?m certain that it?ll have a massive impact on how we work, just as rework, and remote did. Anyone who cares about achieving a sensible work life ...

    Yet another reference book from Basecamp for the likes of me in software development industry. Just like 'Rework' and 'Remote' this book points to issues we feel that some things are wrong with but don't have the courage to put into words because of the way things 'are' in the business...

  • Richard Newton
    Dec 01, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

    I've got mixed feelings on this one. After reading remote and rework, this one feels kinda "cheap", in the sense that is a 18$ book (pre-order, now is 25$) that you read in a couple of days. Don't get me wrong, I like the content, but, maybe I've just been following DHH and his "teac...

    Bam! Bam! Bam! This book shoots advice from the third gen of the way of working in software development. Will everything from this book be there in the future? No. Will everything here work for you? No. Are some things only possible if you are already highly profitable and don't have e...

    Listened to the audiobook. Love the clarity and conciseness of the book. It does so without losing any punch or impact too. ...

    Alternative title: 'Come work at Basecamp!' There's something weird about modern work culture, things our grandfathers have fought and died for, like the 40 hour work-week, are being unrolled, not directly by your mean bosses, but by neoliberalism/late stage capitalism's magic trick...

    Nice. It?s good to read business advice from successful business people that is so calm and takes a different line from almost any other I?ve read. Assuming working for Basecamp really is as good as the picture the authors paint then anyone working there is pretty lucky. A f...

  • Mikhail Kulakov
    Nov 02, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

    I've got mixed feelings on this one. After reading remote and rework, this one feels kinda "cheap", in the sense that is a 18$ book (pre-order, now is 25$) that you read in a couple of days. Don't get me wrong, I like the content, but, maybe I've just been following DHH and his "teac...

    Bam! Bam! Bam! This book shoots advice from the third gen of the way of working in software development. Will everything from this book be there in the future? No. Will everything here work for you? No. Are some things only possible if you are already highly profitable and don't have e...

    Listened to the audiobook. Love the clarity and conciseness of the book. It does so without losing any punch or impact too. ...

    Alternative title: 'Come work at Basecamp!' There's something weird about modern work culture, things our grandfathers have fought and died for, like the 40 hour work-week, are being unrolled, not directly by your mean bosses, but by neoliberalism/late stage capitalism's magic trick...

    Nice. It?s good to read business advice from successful business people that is so calm and takes a different line from almost any other I?ve read. Assuming working for Basecamp really is as good as the picture the authors paint then anyone working there is pretty lucky. A f...

    ??? ????? ?? ???????????. ???? ??? ??? ????????????. ?????? ????? ?????? ? ???????????? ??? ????. ?? ? JF ??????? ?????? ?????! »»»»» Your company should be your best produc...

  • Guilherme Ferreira
    Nov 05, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

    I've got mixed feelings on this one. After reading remote and rework, this one feels kinda "cheap", in the sense that is a 18$ book (pre-order, now is 25$) that you read in a couple of days. Don't get me wrong, I like the content, but, maybe I've just been following DHH and his "teac...

    Bam! Bam! Bam! This book shoots advice from the third gen of the way of working in software development. Will everything from this book be there in the future? No. Will everything here work for you? No. Are some things only possible if you are already highly profitable and don't have e...

    Listened to the audiobook. Love the clarity and conciseness of the book. It does so without losing any punch or impact too. ...

    Alternative title: 'Come work at Basecamp!' There's something weird about modern work culture, things our grandfathers have fought and died for, like the 40 hour work-week, are being unrolled, not directly by your mean bosses, but by neoliberalism/late stage capitalism's magic trick...

    Nice. It?s good to read business advice from successful business people that is so calm and takes a different line from almost any other I?ve read. Assuming working for Basecamp really is as good as the picture the authors paint then anyone working there is pretty lucky. A f...

    ??? ????? ?? ???????????. ???? ??? ??? ????????????. ?????? ????? ?????? ? ???????????? ??? ????. ?? ? JF ??????? ?????? ?????! »»»»» Your company should be your best produc...

    Short and easy to read set of valuable advice. After working in different kind of companies, I have identified that calmness is one of the key factors when choosing my next workplace, and this book proved once again that it's possible to achieve easily. Thinking about incorporating a...

    Jason fried and DHH have done a brilliant job with this book. It?s thought provoking and there are some really useful bit of advice. I?m certain that it?ll have a massive impact on how we work, just as rework, and remote did. Anyone who cares about achieving a sensible work life ...

    Yet another reference book from Basecamp for the likes of me in software development industry. Just like 'Rework' and 'Remote' this book points to issues we feel that some things are wrong with but don't have the courage to put into words because of the way things 'are' in the business...

    Author interview on The Indicator, on why open office plans and instant messaging are awful: "Interruption is an arrogant act." https://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=558830... ...

    This is sensible advice and the wisdom isn't common in my experience. It was enjoyable and highlights some of the weaknesses I hadn't recognised in my current job. I really enjoyed the ideas around distraction reduction. I'm expected to be in meetings constantly that generally amount t...

    "Mark Twain nailed it: ?Comparison is the death of joy.? We?re with Mark." "Requiring discomfort?or pain?to make progress is faulty logic" "Being comfortable in your zone is essential to being calm" "don?t tie more knots, cut more ties. The fewer bonds, the better"...

    Wenn man 2018 nur ein einziges Business-Buch lesen will, dann würde ich das hier vorschlagen. In gewohnt kurzen und knackigen Kapiteln (1-3 Seiten lang) bringen die beiden Gründer von Basecamp die Themen auf den Punkt. Welcher Weg führt zu "Calm" - also zu einem ruhigen, gelassenen ...

    I guess asking me to review this is similar to asking a Christian to review the bible, or a teenager to review the latest song from Justin Bieber. I am as biased here as I can be, so you should not listen to me. Read the book yourself! ...

    I have very much enjoyed books by Jason Fried. I have definitely worked in the scary non-calm company he describes and I am lucky I no longer do. No matter if you do or not, reading this is a good reminder how things could be calm and maybe it could even calm you down. It is a super fa...

    Jason and David, did a great job again, thourgh well-written and extreme lean articles, they inspire us to seek and build a calm work environment, this book is full of tips for all kinds of companies ...

  • Alison
    Oct 14, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

    I've got mixed feelings on this one. After reading remote and rework, this one feels kinda "cheap", in the sense that is a 18$ book (pre-order, now is 25$) that you read in a couple of days. Don't get me wrong, I like the content, but, maybe I've just been following DHH and his "teac...

    Bam! Bam! Bam! This book shoots advice from the third gen of the way of working in software development. Will everything from this book be there in the future? No. Will everything here work for you? No. Are some things only possible if you are already highly profitable and don't have e...

    Listened to the audiobook. Love the clarity and conciseness of the book. It does so without losing any punch or impact too. ...

    Alternative title: 'Come work at Basecamp!' There's something weird about modern work culture, things our grandfathers have fought and died for, like the 40 hour work-week, are being unrolled, not directly by your mean bosses, but by neoliberalism/late stage capitalism's magic trick...

    Nice. It?s good to read business advice from successful business people that is so calm and takes a different line from almost any other I?ve read. Assuming working for Basecamp really is as good as the picture the authors paint then anyone working there is pretty lucky. A f...

    ??? ????? ?? ???????????. ???? ??? ??? ????????????. ?????? ????? ?????? ? ???????????? ??? ????. ?? ? JF ??????? ?????? ?????! »»»»» Your company should be your best produc...

    Short and easy to read set of valuable advice. After working in different kind of companies, I have identified that calmness is one of the key factors when choosing my next workplace, and this book proved once again that it's possible to achieve easily. Thinking about incorporating a...

    Jason fried and DHH have done a brilliant job with this book. It?s thought provoking and there are some really useful bit of advice. I?m certain that it?ll have a massive impact on how we work, just as rework, and remote did. Anyone who cares about achieving a sensible work life ...

    Yet another reference book from Basecamp for the likes of me in software development industry. Just like 'Rework' and 'Remote' this book points to issues we feel that some things are wrong with but don't have the courage to put into words because of the way things 'are' in the business...

    Author interview on The Indicator, on why open office plans and instant messaging are awful: "Interruption is an arrogant act." https://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=558830... ...

    This is sensible advice and the wisdom isn't common in my experience. It was enjoyable and highlights some of the weaknesses I hadn't recognised in my current job. I really enjoyed the ideas around distraction reduction. I'm expected to be in meetings constantly that generally amount t...

    "Mark Twain nailed it: ?Comparison is the death of joy.? We?re with Mark." "Requiring discomfort?or pain?to make progress is faulty logic" "Being comfortable in your zone is essential to being calm" "don?t tie more knots, cut more ties. The fewer bonds, the better"...

    Wenn man 2018 nur ein einziges Business-Buch lesen will, dann würde ich das hier vorschlagen. In gewohnt kurzen und knackigen Kapiteln (1-3 Seiten lang) bringen die beiden Gründer von Basecamp die Themen auf den Punkt. Welcher Weg führt zu "Calm" - also zu einem ruhigen, gelassenen ...

    I guess asking me to review this is similar to asking a Christian to review the bible, or a teenager to review the latest song from Justin Bieber. I am as biased here as I can be, so you should not listen to me. Read the book yourself! ...

    I have very much enjoyed books by Jason Fried. I have definitely worked in the scary non-calm company he describes and I am lucky I no longer do. No matter if you do or not, reading this is a good reminder how things could be calm and maybe it could even calm you down. It is a super fa...

    Jason and David, did a great job again, thourgh well-written and extreme lean articles, they inspire us to seek and build a calm work environment, this book is full of tips for all kinds of companies ...

    I have read all their books and this one is their best. Easy to read yet profound. I would like to work for a company such as Basecamp. If I were an entrepreneur, I would try, as much as possible, to adapt their ideas to my company. ...

    I'd recommend this book to owners, founders and senior leaders - anyone who can influence or dictate workplace norms. I would not recommend this book to most employees, as they will probably want to quit their job and go work at Basecamp. It sounds like Basecamp's founders (and thi...

  • Salman Ansari
    Nov 10, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

    I've got mixed feelings on this one. After reading remote and rework, this one feels kinda "cheap", in the sense that is a 18$ book (pre-order, now is 25$) that you read in a couple of days. Don't get me wrong, I like the content, but, maybe I've just been following DHH and his "teac...

    Bam! Bam! Bam! This book shoots advice from the third gen of the way of working in software development. Will everything from this book be there in the future? No. Will everything here work for you? No. Are some things only possible if you are already highly profitable and don't have e...

    Listened to the audiobook. Love the clarity and conciseness of the book. It does so without losing any punch or impact too. ...

    Alternative title: 'Come work at Basecamp!' There's something weird about modern work culture, things our grandfathers have fought and died for, like the 40 hour work-week, are being unrolled, not directly by your mean bosses, but by neoliberalism/late stage capitalism's magic trick...

    Nice. It?s good to read business advice from successful business people that is so calm and takes a different line from almost any other I?ve read. Assuming working for Basecamp really is as good as the picture the authors paint then anyone working there is pretty lucky. A f...

    ??? ????? ?? ???????????. ???? ??? ??? ????????????. ?????? ????? ?????? ? ???????????? ??? ????. ?? ? JF ??????? ?????? ?????! »»»»» Your company should be your best produc...

    Short and easy to read set of valuable advice. After working in different kind of companies, I have identified that calmness is one of the key factors when choosing my next workplace, and this book proved once again that it's possible to achieve easily. Thinking about incorporating a...

    Jason fried and DHH have done a brilliant job with this book. It?s thought provoking and there are some really useful bit of advice. I?m certain that it?ll have a massive impact on how we work, just as rework, and remote did. Anyone who cares about achieving a sensible work life ...

    Yet another reference book from Basecamp for the likes of me in software development industry. Just like 'Rework' and 'Remote' this book points to issues we feel that some things are wrong with but don't have the courage to put into words because of the way things 'are' in the business...

    Author interview on The Indicator, on why open office plans and instant messaging are awful: "Interruption is an arrogant act." https://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=558830... ...

    This is sensible advice and the wisdom isn't common in my experience. It was enjoyable and highlights some of the weaknesses I hadn't recognised in my current job. I really enjoyed the ideas around distraction reduction. I'm expected to be in meetings constantly that generally amount t...

    "Mark Twain nailed it: ?Comparison is the death of joy.? We?re with Mark." "Requiring discomfort?or pain?to make progress is faulty logic" "Being comfortable in your zone is essential to being calm" "don?t tie more knots, cut more ties. The fewer bonds, the better"...

    Wenn man 2018 nur ein einziges Business-Buch lesen will, dann würde ich das hier vorschlagen. In gewohnt kurzen und knackigen Kapiteln (1-3 Seiten lang) bringen die beiden Gründer von Basecamp die Themen auf den Punkt. Welcher Weg führt zu "Calm" - also zu einem ruhigen, gelassenen ...

    I guess asking me to review this is similar to asking a Christian to review the bible, or a teenager to review the latest song from Justin Bieber. I am as biased here as I can be, so you should not listen to me. Read the book yourself! ...

    I have very much enjoyed books by Jason Fried. I have definitely worked in the scary non-calm company he describes and I am lucky I no longer do. No matter if you do or not, reading this is a good reminder how things could be calm and maybe it could even calm you down. It is a super fa...

    Jason and David, did a great job again, thourgh well-written and extreme lean articles, they inspire us to seek and build a calm work environment, this book is full of tips for all kinds of companies ...

    I have read all their books and this one is their best. Easy to read yet profound. I would like to work for a company such as Basecamp. If I were an entrepreneur, I would try, as much as possible, to adapt their ideas to my company. ...

    I'd recommend this book to owners, founders and senior leaders - anyone who can influence or dictate workplace norms. I would not recommend this book to most employees, as they will probably want to quit their job and go work at Basecamp. It sounds like Basecamp's founders (and thi...

    I don't think this way of running a business would work for everyone and every company (they don't claim that either), but it is very original, makes sense, it is healthier and better for the long term. Makes you think about your choices, and realize that there are other ways of run...

    It's a great book not as a book per se, but as a proof that things can be different then we are made to believe. It's like a fairy tale that takes you in a different time and place. It shows you some things can work in the real world if you think about others as people, not as a way to...

    I love their other books and have been following DHH & Jason's blogging / thoughts for a long time. Overall, I'm aligned with a lot of their values with respect to work/life balance and approach. That said, if you already follow their stuff like me, you won't find much substance...

  • Jaran
    Nov 12, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

    I've got mixed feelings on this one. After reading remote and rework, this one feels kinda "cheap", in the sense that is a 18$ book (pre-order, now is 25$) that you read in a couple of days. Don't get me wrong, I like the content, but, maybe I've just been following DHH and his "teac...

    Bam! Bam! Bam! This book shoots advice from the third gen of the way of working in software development. Will everything from this book be there in the future? No. Will everything here work for you? No. Are some things only possible if you are already highly profitable and don't have e...

    Listened to the audiobook. Love the clarity and conciseness of the book. It does so without losing any punch or impact too. ...

    Alternative title: 'Come work at Basecamp!' There's something weird about modern work culture, things our grandfathers have fought and died for, like the 40 hour work-week, are being unrolled, not directly by your mean bosses, but by neoliberalism/late stage capitalism's magic trick...

    Nice. It?s good to read business advice from successful business people that is so calm and takes a different line from almost any other I?ve read. Assuming working for Basecamp really is as good as the picture the authors paint then anyone working there is pretty lucky. A f...

    ??? ????? ?? ???????????. ???? ??? ??? ????????????. ?????? ????? ?????? ? ???????????? ??? ????. ?? ? JF ??????? ?????? ?????! »»»»» Your company should be your best produc...

    Short and easy to read set of valuable advice. After working in different kind of companies, I have identified that calmness is one of the key factors when choosing my next workplace, and this book proved once again that it's possible to achieve easily. Thinking about incorporating a...

    Jason fried and DHH have done a brilliant job with this book. It?s thought provoking and there are some really useful bit of advice. I?m certain that it?ll have a massive impact on how we work, just as rework, and remote did. Anyone who cares about achieving a sensible work life ...

    Yet another reference book from Basecamp for the likes of me in software development industry. Just like 'Rework' and 'Remote' this book points to issues we feel that some things are wrong with but don't have the courage to put into words because of the way things 'are' in the business...

    Author interview on The Indicator, on why open office plans and instant messaging are awful: "Interruption is an arrogant act." https://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=558830... ...

    This is sensible advice and the wisdom isn't common in my experience. It was enjoyable and highlights some of the weaknesses I hadn't recognised in my current job. I really enjoyed the ideas around distraction reduction. I'm expected to be in meetings constantly that generally amount t...

    "Mark Twain nailed it: ?Comparison is the death of joy.? We?re with Mark." "Requiring discomfort?or pain?to make progress is faulty logic" "Being comfortable in your zone is essential to being calm" "don?t tie more knots, cut more ties. The fewer bonds, the better"...

    Wenn man 2018 nur ein einziges Business-Buch lesen will, dann würde ich das hier vorschlagen. In gewohnt kurzen und knackigen Kapiteln (1-3 Seiten lang) bringen die beiden Gründer von Basecamp die Themen auf den Punkt. Welcher Weg führt zu "Calm" - also zu einem ruhigen, gelassenen ...

    I guess asking me to review this is similar to asking a Christian to review the bible, or a teenager to review the latest song from Justin Bieber. I am as biased here as I can be, so you should not listen to me. Read the book yourself! ...

  • Simon Eskildsen
    Oct 16, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

  • Jitariu Catalin
    Oct 25, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

    I've got mixed feelings on this one. After reading remote and rework, this one feels kinda "cheap", in the sense that is a 18$ book (pre-order, now is 25$) that you read in a couple of days. Don't get me wrong, I like the content, but, maybe I've just been following DHH and his "teac...

    Bam! Bam! Bam! This book shoots advice from the third gen of the way of working in software development. Will everything from this book be there in the future? No. Will everything here work for you? No. Are some things only possible if you are already highly profitable and don't have e...

    Listened to the audiobook. Love the clarity and conciseness of the book. It does so without losing any punch or impact too. ...

    Alternative title: 'Come work at Basecamp!' There's something weird about modern work culture, things our grandfathers have fought and died for, like the 40 hour work-week, are being unrolled, not directly by your mean bosses, but by neoliberalism/late stage capitalism's magic trick...

    Nice. It?s good to read business advice from successful business people that is so calm and takes a different line from almost any other I?ve read. Assuming working for Basecamp really is as good as the picture the authors paint then anyone working there is pretty lucky. A f...

    ??? ????? ?? ???????????. ???? ??? ??? ????????????. ?????? ????? ?????? ? ???????????? ??? ????. ?? ? JF ??????? ?????? ?????! »»»»» Your company should be your best produc...

    Short and easy to read set of valuable advice. After working in different kind of companies, I have identified that calmness is one of the key factors when choosing my next workplace, and this book proved once again that it's possible to achieve easily. Thinking about incorporating a...

    Jason fried and DHH have done a brilliant job with this book. It?s thought provoking and there are some really useful bit of advice. I?m certain that it?ll have a massive impact on how we work, just as rework, and remote did. Anyone who cares about achieving a sensible work life ...

    Yet another reference book from Basecamp for the likes of me in software development industry. Just like 'Rework' and 'Remote' this book points to issues we feel that some things are wrong with but don't have the courage to put into words because of the way things 'are' in the business...

    Author interview on The Indicator, on why open office plans and instant messaging are awful: "Interruption is an arrogant act." https://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=558830... ...

    This is sensible advice and the wisdom isn't common in my experience. It was enjoyable and highlights some of the weaknesses I hadn't recognised in my current job. I really enjoyed the ideas around distraction reduction. I'm expected to be in meetings constantly that generally amount t...

    "Mark Twain nailed it: ?Comparison is the death of joy.? We?re with Mark." "Requiring discomfort?or pain?to make progress is faulty logic" "Being comfortable in your zone is essential to being calm" "don?t tie more knots, cut more ties. The fewer bonds, the better"...

    Wenn man 2018 nur ein einziges Business-Buch lesen will, dann würde ich das hier vorschlagen. In gewohnt kurzen und knackigen Kapiteln (1-3 Seiten lang) bringen die beiden Gründer von Basecamp die Themen auf den Punkt. Welcher Weg führt zu "Calm" - also zu einem ruhigen, gelassenen ...

    I guess asking me to review this is similar to asking a Christian to review the bible, or a teenager to review the latest song from Justin Bieber. I am as biased here as I can be, so you should not listen to me. Read the book yourself! ...

    I have very much enjoyed books by Jason Fried. I have definitely worked in the scary non-calm company he describes and I am lucky I no longer do. No matter if you do or not, reading this is a good reminder how things could be calm and maybe it could even calm you down. It is a super fa...

    Jason and David, did a great job again, thourgh well-written and extreme lean articles, they inspire us to seek and build a calm work environment, this book is full of tips for all kinds of companies ...

    I have read all their books and this one is their best. Easy to read yet profound. I would like to work for a company such as Basecamp. If I were an entrepreneur, I would try, as much as possible, to adapt their ideas to my company. ...

    I'd recommend this book to owners, founders and senior leaders - anyone who can influence or dictate workplace norms. I would not recommend this book to most employees, as they will probably want to quit their job and go work at Basecamp. It sounds like Basecamp's founders (and thi...

    I don't think this way of running a business would work for everyone and every company (they don't claim that either), but it is very original, makes sense, it is healthier and better for the long term. Makes you think about your choices, and realize that there are other ways of run...

    It's a great book not as a book per se, but as a proof that things can be different then we are made to believe. It's like a fairy tale that takes you in a different time and place. It shows you some things can work in the real world if you think about others as people, not as a way to...

  • Willian Molinari
    Oct 21, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

  • Adii Pienaar
    Oct 03, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

    I've got mixed feelings on this one. After reading remote and rework, this one feels kinda "cheap", in the sense that is a 18$ book (pre-order, now is 25$) that you read in a couple of days. Don't get me wrong, I like the content, but, maybe I've just been following DHH and his "teac...

    Bam! Bam! Bam! This book shoots advice from the third gen of the way of working in software development. Will everything from this book be there in the future? No. Will everything here work for you? No. Are some things only possible if you are already highly profitable and don't have e...

    Listened to the audiobook. Love the clarity and conciseness of the book. It does so without losing any punch or impact too. ...

  • Wai Lynn Zaw
    Nov 28, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

    I've got mixed feelings on this one. After reading remote and rework, this one feels kinda "cheap", in the sense that is a 18$ book (pre-order, now is 25$) that you read in a couple of days. Don't get me wrong, I like the content, but, maybe I've just been following DHH and his "teac...

    Bam! Bam! Bam! This book shoots advice from the third gen of the way of working in software development. Will everything from this book be there in the future? No. Will everything here work for you? No. Are some things only possible if you are already highly profitable and don't have e...

    Listened to the audiobook. Love the clarity and conciseness of the book. It does so without losing any punch or impact too. ...

    Alternative title: 'Come work at Basecamp!' There's something weird about modern work culture, things our grandfathers have fought and died for, like the 40 hour work-week, are being unrolled, not directly by your mean bosses, but by neoliberalism/late stage capitalism's magic trick...

    Nice. It?s good to read business advice from successful business people that is so calm and takes a different line from almost any other I?ve read. Assuming working for Basecamp really is as good as the picture the authors paint then anyone working there is pretty lucky. A f...

    ??? ????? ?? ???????????. ???? ??? ??? ????????????. ?????? ????? ?????? ? ???????????? ??? ????. ?? ? JF ??????? ?????? ?????! »»»»» Your company should be your best produc...

    Short and easy to read set of valuable advice. After working in different kind of companies, I have identified that calmness is one of the key factors when choosing my next workplace, and this book proved once again that it's possible to achieve easily. Thinking about incorporating a...

    Jason fried and DHH have done a brilliant job with this book. It?s thought provoking and there are some really useful bit of advice. I?m certain that it?ll have a massive impact on how we work, just as rework, and remote did. Anyone who cares about achieving a sensible work life ...

    Yet another reference book from Basecamp for the likes of me in software development industry. Just like 'Rework' and 'Remote' this book points to issues we feel that some things are wrong with but don't have the courage to put into words because of the way things 'are' in the business...

    Author interview on The Indicator, on why open office plans and instant messaging are awful: "Interruption is an arrogant act." https://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=558830... ...

    This is sensible advice and the wisdom isn't common in my experience. It was enjoyable and highlights some of the weaknesses I hadn't recognised in my current job. I really enjoyed the ideas around distraction reduction. I'm expected to be in meetings constantly that generally amount t...

    "Mark Twain nailed it: ?Comparison is the death of joy.? We?re with Mark." "Requiring discomfort?or pain?to make progress is faulty logic" "Being comfortable in your zone is essential to being calm" "don?t tie more knots, cut more ties. The fewer bonds, the better"...

  • William Fish
    Nov 10, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

    I've got mixed feelings on this one. After reading remote and rework, this one feels kinda "cheap", in the sense that is a 18$ book (pre-order, now is 25$) that you read in a couple of days. Don't get me wrong, I like the content, but, maybe I've just been following DHH and his "teac...

    Bam! Bam! Bam! This book shoots advice from the third gen of the way of working in software development. Will everything from this book be there in the future? No. Will everything here work for you? No. Are some things only possible if you are already highly profitable and don't have e...

    Listened to the audiobook. Love the clarity and conciseness of the book. It does so without losing any punch or impact too. ...

    Alternative title: 'Come work at Basecamp!' There's something weird about modern work culture, things our grandfathers have fought and died for, like the 40 hour work-week, are being unrolled, not directly by your mean bosses, but by neoliberalism/late stage capitalism's magic trick...

    Nice. It?s good to read business advice from successful business people that is so calm and takes a different line from almost any other I?ve read. Assuming working for Basecamp really is as good as the picture the authors paint then anyone working there is pretty lucky. A f...

    ??? ????? ?? ???????????. ???? ??? ??? ????????????. ?????? ????? ?????? ? ???????????? ??? ????. ?? ? JF ??????? ?????? ?????! »»»»» Your company should be your best produc...

    Short and easy to read set of valuable advice. After working in different kind of companies, I have identified that calmness is one of the key factors when choosing my next workplace, and this book proved once again that it's possible to achieve easily. Thinking about incorporating a...

    Jason fried and DHH have done a brilliant job with this book. It?s thought provoking and there are some really useful bit of advice. I?m certain that it?ll have a massive impact on how we work, just as rework, and remote did. Anyone who cares about achieving a sensible work life ...

    Yet another reference book from Basecamp for the likes of me in software development industry. Just like 'Rework' and 'Remote' this book points to issues we feel that some things are wrong with but don't have the courage to put into words because of the way things 'are' in the business...

    Author interview on The Indicator, on why open office plans and instant messaging are awful: "Interruption is an arrogant act." https://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=558830... ...

    This is sensible advice and the wisdom isn't common in my experience. It was enjoyable and highlights some of the weaknesses I hadn't recognised in my current job. I really enjoyed the ideas around distraction reduction. I'm expected to be in meetings constantly that generally amount t...

  • Artjoms Haleckis
    Nov 15, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...

    I started this on a plane and finished it over salt-roasted chicken with celery root, leeks, and ham chips. Recommend by coworkers, especially @bill?s knh, I found that about 30% of this applies to my company. The fact is that our problems don?t match the ones these folks have ...

    ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ???? ??????? ??????? (???? ??? ???? ????? "??????? ?????????" ????) ????? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ?????? ???????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ??...

    The message is important: a company has the agency to dismiss most business practices and advice ? growth at all costs, change for change's sake, working its staff to the bone ? and still thrive. I applaud their consistency, year after year, in pointing at their own success as proo...

    What a great book! The best part of this book is that there's nothing so out of this world there, they are just talking about what we should be doing. Hey, it's true, it doesn't have to be crazy at work. We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselve...

    The premise of the book is wonderful: we chase growth at all cost and the human cost of that is real. However, I can't shake some feeling of arrogance that permeates the book. Points are mostly anecdotal and all the examples of practised 'calm' are from their own company or people ...

    37 Signals'?n bütün kitaplar?n? okudum. Hepsi çok güzel fikirler bar?nd?r?yordu, bu kitap da bundan farkl? de?il. Ama büyük bir eksik var. Son zamanlarda Amerika'da yeni bir trend ba?lad?: Calm. Silikon vadisinin parlatt??? "günde 18 saat çal??, yoksa milyar d...

    I've got mixed feelings on this one. After reading remote and rework, this one feels kinda "cheap", in the sense that is a 18$ book (pre-order, now is 25$) that you read in a couple of days. Don't get me wrong, I like the content, but, maybe I've just been following DHH and his "teac...

    Bam! Bam! Bam! This book shoots advice from the third gen of the way of working in software development. Will everything from this book be there in the future? No. Will everything here work for you? No. Are some things only possible if you are already highly profitable and don't have e...

    Listened to the audiobook. Love the clarity and conciseness of the book. It does so without losing any punch or impact too. ...

    Alternative title: 'Come work at Basecamp!' There's something weird about modern work culture, things our grandfathers have fought and died for, like the 40 hour work-week, are being unrolled, not directly by your mean bosses, but by neoliberalism/late stage capitalism's magic trick...

    Nice. It?s good to read business advice from successful business people that is so calm and takes a different line from almost any other I?ve read. Assuming working for Basecamp really is as good as the picture the authors paint then anyone working there is pretty lucky. A f...

    ??? ????? ?? ???????????. ???? ??? ??? ????????????. ?????? ????? ?????? ? ???????????? ??? ????. ?? ? JF ??????? ?????? ?????! »»»»» Your company should be your best produc...

    Short and easy to read set of valuable advice. After working in different kind of companies, I have identified that calmness is one of the key factors when choosing my next workplace, and this book proved once again that it's possible to achieve easily. Thinking about incorporating a...

  • John Weldy
    Oct 03, 2018

    Fried and DHH are once again offering a clarion call from The Future; ignore it at your peril. This is essential reading if you've ever thought that the millenial badge of honor, being busy beyond belief, may actually be a foolish road to ruin. If you're wise enough to know that yo...

    I hate books about work I?m a director at a school, so I?m expected to read...a lot. And I love reading, about things I?m interested in. Almost never does that include books about work. I?ve tried so many, loved the first couple chapters, then never returned. This one is ...