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13 thoughts on “ Modern CTO

  1. says:

    I’m really unclear on who rated this book to have an overall average of 4 stars. This was perhaps one of the worst books I’ve ever read took about one hour because it is shallow, offers no real insights or value. I would debate if Joel is/was ever a CTO due to the complete lack of content and examples of issues and cha

  2. says:

    This should be a $2.99 collection of notes book, note a $25 business book.

    Chapter 11 When to hire consultants 3 screens on my phone
    Chapter 12 How to analyze failure 3 screens
    Chapter 13 How to bounce back 3 screens

    I get it, this is not the typical padded with stories business book, it's a self published set of ~barely

  3. says:

    My main issue with this book is how arrogant the author is. This book has a ton of emotion in it and lacks a non biased opinion of the industr

  4. says:

    If you are looking for a step by step guide to navigating the path from developer to CTO, if you're looking for advice on how to handle a specific situation or if you want to wake up tomorrow as a CTO, this may not be the book for

  5. says:

    This book reads like a series of short blog posts. The author touches on important topics that are relevant to startup engineering leaders, but the content is so shallow that there isn't any real in depth advice he

  6. says:

    I most enjoyed the process of what he did, how he did it and the outcomes of his journey from developer to CTO.

    Not a how to step by step but of a "I did this in the beginning", now go look for the solutions you need.

  7. says:

    It was enjoyable to have simple to understand content presented in a logical fashion. I have struggled with my new role, which is very nebulou

  8. says:

    Being a CTO is than knowing how to code. It’s how to communicate value and identify value positives and negatives. This is a good guide.

  9. says:

    As other reviewers have pointed out the style of this book is casual and perhaps suited to a personal blog.

    This in itself wouldn’t be an issue but the causal style comes across a little clumsy, light and in cohesive.

    It was interesting hearing about this personal journey and some of the assumptions and realities of a particu

  10. says:

    When you're in a tech startup or employed tech role you constantly need to search for best practice. With so many technologies and approaches ou

  11. says:

    I find this book respects my time, it's short, explains things simply and keeps things concise.

    Alot of books teaching you on a topic tend to have too many pages dedicated to what can be summed up in a paragraph, this book doesn't. It gets to the point quickly.

    Handy as a reference manual and an introduction the field, worth getting if you're interested in (or doing) the job of a CTO/tech leader.

  12. says:

    Sadly, I found this book like a collection of observations than a coherent book on being a CTO. No doubt those observations translate well to podcasts, but they need coherence to bring them together into a book that you can read cover to cover.

    Two stars though as some of the experiences mentioned were useful to r

  13. says:

    Didn’t really answer any questions. Chapter titles are impressive and seem highly relevant, but there is no content in this book, everything is too high concept to be valuable as advice. Shame as it feels like the author has something to share, but doesn’t articulate it.

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Ct what Joel is doing in the community His podcast and book are filling a much needed hole and I'm excited to see what else the future has in store ― Don Pawlowski Chief Technology Officer at University Tees Modern CTO Everything you need to know to be a Modern CTO Developers are not CTOs but developers can learn how to be CTOs In Modern CTO Joel Beasley provides readers with an in depth road map on how to successfully navigate the unexplored and jagged transition. I most enjoyed the process of what he did how he did it and the outcomes of his journey from developer to CTONot a how to step by step but of a I did this in the beginning now go look for the solutions you need

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