Here's a crazy thought: a lot of first-time CTOs are also first-time managers. Here are three book recommendations to help you with your new job. None of them have anything to do with technology.
Reflecting on an exercise I did as part of a men's group in college.
You don't put "Excel" or "Typing" on your resume. Soon, the same will be true of programming.
There are four broad types of jobs you can get as a Junior Developer. What are they? What are the pros and cons of each?