How to Change a Team’s Culture with Ian Miell

Ian Miell is a software industry veteran who has written, maintained, managed and architected some of the world’s busiest systems. He works in financial services now, and also speaks, writes, teaches, and consults on various subjects, the common theme being how change can be managed within complex organisations and the raw technology that can enable […]

Training is the manager’s job. Training is the highest leverage activity a manager can do to increase the output of an organization. If a manager spends 12 hours preparing training for 10 team members that increases their output by 1% on average, the result is 200 hours of increased output from the 10 employees (each works about 2000 hours a year). Don’t leave training to outsiders, do it yourself

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Scaling Engineering Teams with Matias Woloski

Matias Woloski is the CTO and co-founder of Auth0, an identity platform that provides authentication, authorization and single-sign-on as a service. Auth0 was founded in 2013 and it has now 300 employees and it’s a fully distributed company. Since 2013, Auth0 has tripled and doubled its revenue every year, counting with more than two thousand […]

Frameworks for Improving Engineering Leadership with Edmond Lau

Edmond Lau is the author of the book, The Effective Engineer — now the de facto onboarding guide for many engineering teams. He’s spent the past decade building and leading engineering teams at high-growth companies across Silicon Valley — including at Quip, Quora, Ooyala, and Google. As an engineering leadership coach, Edmond has worked directly […]

Product and Engineering Team Alignment with Kimber Lockhart & Stuart Parmenter

  On today’s episode we discuss product & engineering team alignment, deadlines and urgency and ideas for helping under representated groups becoming technology leaders. Kimber Lockhart is Chief Technology Officer at One Medical Group – a rapidly growing model of primary care that integrates innovative design with leading technology to deliver higher quality service while lowering the total cost […]

Improving Interviewing with Andrew Marsh

Andrew Marsh is co-founder and CTO of interviewing.io. A product designer and software engineer, he previously founded Fifth Column Games and has shipped titles with over 100 million users. Andrew ultimately left games in search of an industry where making a positive impact on the community was more aligned with success. On today’s episode Andrew and […]

Building & Managing a Distributed Team with Juan Pablo Buritica

Juan Pablo Buritica is the VP of Engineering at splice.com where he leads a distributed engineering team throughout the US and Latin America that is building the creative hub for the modern musician. Juan Pablo has built effective software engineering organizations by emphasizing Open Source software values, technical excellence, trust, and empathy. He has organized […]

Employee Onboarding with Benjamin Jackson

Ben Jackson has been designing and building consumer-facing products for 20 years. Before founding For the Win, Ben worked as Director of Mobile at VICE Media and iOS Lead at The New York Times. He’s written about design, technology, and psychology for The Atlantic, The New Yorker, and WIRED, among others. Ben studied Computer Science […]