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Stress narrows your focus

This article is part of a series called Things I learned by failing at Green Fox. Stress is an interesting beast. I’d argue that some level of stress is beneficial, especially on the short run. It helps dealing with challenging situations, and can also improve your performance. But there is a price you pay. Photo...

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Deep cut is not the worst case scenario

This article is part of a series called Things I learned by failing at Green Fox. For years, I believed that doing a deep cut, namely, letting go several employees, is the worst thing you’ll ever have to do as a leader of a company. Unfortunately, I had to go through the painful process of...

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Cash is Oxygen

This article is part of a series called Things I learned by failing at Green Fox. “Cash, though, is to a business as oxygen is to an individual: never thought about when it is present, the only thing in mind when it is absent… if you don’t have it, you don’t get to play the...

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Things I learned by failing at Green Fox

A month passed since it all became a reality. A month full of agony, shame, but also thinking deeply about what I learned. Many people posted about the circumstances that potentially lead to the death of the fox. One of the best was written by former CEO Kristof Bardos: Necrology of Green Fox I’m more...

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Streaming Analytics Practice Project – Real-Time Sales Dashboard

I’ve created this practice project for learning Data Engineering. If you’d like to improve in this area I’d suggest trying to solve it. Background The sales team would like to have a real-time dashboard to display the most important numbers regarding the current sales opportunities and total revenue earned. The team uses a CRM (Contact...

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