The Most Important Trait in Business

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I saw a post about the first job ad that Jeff Bezos posted for Amazon. The post is for a developer who Bezos says should be able to build and maintain complex systems “in about one-third the time that most competent people think possible.”

Sounds like Bezos needed some 10x engineers. In all seriousness though, the thinking was sound. By hiring a developer that could work much faster than other developers would allow Bezos to get ahead of his competitors…

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Thoughts on developers, digital transformation, startups, community building & engineering culture. Author is Mark Birch @ AWS 👉 https://twitter.com/marksbirch

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