A blog about software, engineering management, and career development based on Gergely's experience at high growth startups like Uber, Skype, and Skyscanner.
Charity Majors is the co-founder and CTO of Honeycomb, and writes about career development for engineers, management, and observability. She also co-wrote Database Reliability Engineering.
Lara writes about engineering management and coaching engineers.
Jamees writes about topics ranging from engineering management to meditation. Articles to help software engineers and technically minded people become more productive, successful and happy.
Camille writes about engineering leadership — becoming a better manager, building healthy teams of engineers, and creating an effective organization. She focuses on the value and impact senior leadership can create. Camille has written books and given talks on these subjects as well.
Cee writes about software, management, freelancing, product, and everything in between.
The blog about software engineering and engineering management. It covers topics like how object orienting programming can make you a better developer, and leading in a company without formal authority.
Princiya blogs about her journey into a technical leadership role and how to manage the balance between leading technical teams, mentoring juniors, hiring and interview best practices, scaling infrastructures and securing them.
Pete writes about engineering management, hiring and interviewing, and getting into software development.
Tilo writes about lessons learned during the transition from a software engineer to an engineering manager working in technology companies. His blog mixes technical topics with articles on leadership, work prioritization, and how to be a better engineer.
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