I have ano asshole rulewhich is really simple: I really don’t want to work with assholes. So if you’re an asshole and you work on my team, I’m going to fire you. Now, if the whole team saysgosh, that’s awful. We want to work with as many assholes as we can!then we have a simple solution. I’ll fire me!
from the build a community section.
Step seven: find the love
Ask yourself: do I want to work here? You’d be surprised how clearly job indifference shows. A lack of interest begets a lack of action and initiative. A lack of action and initiative means that your colleagues are less inclined to count on you, and worse, will do your tasks themselves rather than enlisting your help. This puts unnecessary pressure on them and maximizes the chance for error.
it's time to find the love yes or to make it happen
Obviously fun coding projects aren't the only indicator of a rock star, but they're a good way to filter out programmers that just do it for a paycheck.
don't forget that those kind of employee are demanding, they know how to have fun at working (if they do that in their spare time). Give them good food.
Remember: Integrity is your main asset
So remember, the quality of the interview you provide influences how the interviewee views the company.
that *is* true.