There are smart people in the world. And then there are really smart people. You know the ones I am talking about—those who are so impressive that it doesn't matter what they do (academia, programming, engineering, or management); you know if they are doing it, then they are doing it well.
For this article, I wanted to share with you some of my favorite engineering and leadership lessons from one of the smartest people I know: Erik Meijer.
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