Go with the flow

I had learned in the past that you don’t hire people based on their résumés. Instead, put out an invitation, and see who shows up. That’s one reason open source projects are so useful. I think every serious programmer should be part of one, and every university should sponsor one. Because they attract a lot of people, and you get to try working with all of them. And if there’s someone you work with very well, and no one really understands why this happens, then just work with them. Don’t question the logic of it, go with the flow

via Brent’s story of UserLand.

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