Awesome Resources for New Engineering Managers with Joe Goldberg

Joe is a veteran of the Seattle tech industry, with a background in usability and proven experience building enterprise SaaS products. Prior to EnergySavvy, Joe helped launch the first large-scale Ruby on Rails website on the planet. Most recently, he was technical lead at The Robot Co-op, which was an R&D skunkworks at Amazon and […]

Fireside Chat with Nick Caldwell VPE of Reddit

Nick Caldwell is the VP of Engineering at Reddit where he is responsible for building and operating the 4th most visited site in the US. Prior to joining Reddit, he held various positions in engineering leadership at Microsoft across a 15-year career, including work on natural language processing, enterprise search, machine learning, in-memory databases, and […]

The Importance of Technical Leadership with Patrick Kua

Patrick Kua is A Principal Technical Consultant at Thoughtworks. He is also the author of “The Retrospective Handbook: A guide for agile teams” and “Talking with Tech Leads: From Novices to Practitioners.” Patrick brings harmony to technical and non-technical realms, leading teams and writing software for production systems in .Net, Java and Ruby. Patrick is […]

Keeping Your Technical Skills as a Manager – Joan Gamell

Joan Gamell is a former Engineering Manager at Expedia, currently at LinkedIn. He was born and raised in a Spanish town near Barcelona. He was fascinated with the internet since the 90s and started building websites as a hobby around the 2000s. He got his degree in Computer Science from UPC University in 2009 and […]