✉️ October 19, 2017
Addressing CTO smells: Process, How to conquer legacy code, Does your solution solve the right problem?, How we improved our estimates by 1082%.
✉️ October 12, 2017
“Management Energy Units”, Things I’ve learned transitioning from IC to management, Conducting effective one-on-ones, The art of pull requests.
✉️ October 5, 2017
20 reasons your top performers quit, Why software projects spiral out of control, The curious transition to becoming an engineering manager, Scaling without imploding.
✉️ September 28, 2017
One question to stop asking your team, How do you set metrics?, Ten principles for growth as an engineer, Understanding accountability.
✉️ September 21, 2017
10 culture and hiring lessons from Netflix, What should I do today?, Bored people quit, When your tech debt comes due.
✉️ September 14, 2017
Building a culture of discipline, How Box sets expectations for engineering, Making onboarding a competitive advantage, Accuratizing Software Estimation.
✉️ September 7, 2017
How managers get stuck, When your tech problem is actually a communication problem, The role of a VPE, We’re drowning in tech debt. Why isn’t anyone listening?
✉️ August 31, 2017
Optimizing for iteration speed, Why we argue: Style, What do you mean ‘we need more time’?, 7 traits of a great CTO
✉️ August 24, 2017
Engineering personas – a model for hiring decisions, Crafting better code reviews, Team Size != Productivity, How one micro-optimization saved half a million dollars.
✉️ August 17, 2017
Unintuitive things I’ve learned about management, Advice for the founding engineer, Recursion should not be difficult, Support Driven Development: Listen now so you don’t hear it later
✉️ August 10, 2017
✉️ August 3, 2017
42 things people outside of engineering miscalculate, Bruce Lee vs. Mel Conway, Everyone is not Ops, Learning to recruit as an engineer.
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