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The Ideal Programmer - Why They Don't Exist and How to Manage Without Them?
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| by Mike Williams Follow 0 Followers on Oct 24, 2012 |

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Mike Williams outlines some of the main characteristics that make developers and teams perform better than the average.

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Mike Williams moved to Sweden in 1970 and joined Ericsson as a hardware designer. He and Bjarne Däcker founded the Ericsson Computer Science Laboratory 1980 where Erlang was invented. Mike's role was to develop the first Erlang virtual machine (Joe developed the compiler and machine architecture). In 1990 Mike glided into management by a complete accident, and found he rather liked it.

These conferences are explosions of enthusiasm. They have become the meeting place for people who want to build large scale systems that never stop.

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