I don't even work in the software industry, but, Michael Lopp's writing style and content transcends many different industries and is very interesting.
Many people are rating this book low, or lower, due to spelling mistakes, pronunciation mistakes, etc. Get over it. There are several, but they in no way shape or form detract from the content or message of the book.
If you want to read something that is interesting, true, funny, and fluid, then this book is for you. If you work in a large company, this book is for you. If you work in a small firm, this book is for you. If you are a technical person, this book is for you.
The only warning I will give is if you are an avid reader of his blog, then you'll find you've read some of the "chapters" already. If you read Managing Humans, you'll find you've read some of the "chapters" already. However, there is significant new content for people who have done both.
If discovering this will make you mad, you won't like the book. If you can move past this, you'll enjoy it.
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