My life is really buggy these days. So buggy that I even cannot figure out what I am doing and where I am heading. I really need to stop and think for a while.
Really got many things to write, like the IP address in our EC2 instance is not detectable in China. The cover page takes too much time to load and why we developed the upload function but choose not deploy it, etc.
2. Am I suitable to become an entrepreneur? After working with many teams this semester, I gradually realize the importance of a good team is really a critical fact for one's success. For instance, I refused a week team and chose to work in a very strong team for a HyperMarket embedded system project. It turns out that the two teams are going to end up with a very different standard of final results. In a strong team, there will be leading players who will ensure the quality of a job and control the process of the project. People will all be contributing. However, in a weak team, most people will take the soy source and only one or two team leaders will take the fully responsibility. Fortunately, my CS3216 group is awesome expect we are all tend to be individual thinkers/workers and even the strongest programmer is not sort of leadership type. Communication is important but really not easy. I am playing a leading role in a CS2102 project. Thanks to CS3216, I know clearly about what is expected and how to make the things work. Unfortunately, 3 out of the five team members are weak programmers( Though I'm pretty weak in CS3216, but I can consider to be a pretty strong programmer in CS2102). I am suspecting there will be too few brilliant workforce in the market to work for me if I decide to build my own company. However, after listening to the talk on Monday, I found that teams not seem to be that important though...wondering whether Prof.Ben brought some entrepreneurs which are just too lucky. I intended to ask a question on the co-funders as well. As I observe, those who have worked for few years tend to build their individual businesses. While those we started their own businesses right after(or before) graduation tend to work with a co-founder. Google/Apple/Microsoft, etc, those great companies seem to follow the pattern of two initial founders, one CEO and one CTO. I seem to be more keen to be a CTO, but I personally knows my own technology background is not really that strong. I seem not a CEO type either, lack of good communication skills, convincing decision making skills, etc.Not really likely to become an entrepreneur, unless I can really find a good idea and make it happen then occupy the market ASAP. Hu Qiang and I shared the same birthday, maybe we'll work together someday, but before that we both need to be much more stronger.
HaHaHaHa , Sleep!
I am suspecting there will be too few brilliant workforce in the market to work for me if I decide to build my own company.ReplyDelete
Yep, this is a real problem.
I found that teams not seem to be that important though...wondering whether Prof.Ben brought some entrepreneurs which are just too lucky.
No, these guys are good, not just lucky. But note that they are not as big as Apple or Google. To get big, need a lot of good people.