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Blogs about Management

16 blogs about Management.

  1. Adam Keys is typing
    “Developer and engineering manager at large.” 🇺🇸

    Three meditations on wins
    Leaders (and managers) are successful to the extent that their teams and peers notch wins. Former Intel CEO Andy Grove calls this the “output” of a manager, and wrote the book on it1. Easier said …
    By Adam Keys, 633 words

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  2. Adam McKerlie
    “Musings of an Engineering Leader.” 🇨🇦

    Building a Company Engineering Blog
    Creating a company engineering blog is hard. From building to planning to encouraging engineers to write. This post walks you through how to build a company engineering blog successfully
    34 words

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  3. Almad's Changelog
    “I share my experiences with technology, startups and getting through life.”

    On Reducing Problems to the One AI Thing
    We are now living in the age of OpenAI narrative, and a lot of problems are to be aligned to fit it. What are going to be side-effects of its implementation is going to be …
    45 words

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  4. Anna Shipman
    “I write about tech, leadership and tech leadership.” 🇬🇧

    Software Architecture Hour with Neal Ford
    A few weeks ago I joined Neal Ford on his Software Architecture Hour to talk about technical strategy. I really enjoyed this conversation; we covered a really broad range of topics, mostly driven by audience …
    79 words

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  5. Ben Matthews
    “Freelance guides, marketing tips and travel tricks.” 🇬🇧

    Hello world!
    Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing!
    17 words

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  6. Erik Bernhardsson

    What I have been working on: Modal
    Long story short: I'm working on a super cool tool called Modal. Please check it out — it lets you run things in the cloud without having to think about infrastructure. Scaling out, scheduling, containerization, …
    53 words

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  7. – Weekly Posts
    “Helping Geeks Produce for Over 40 Years. My mission is to help people learn how to embrace change and harvest its value.” By GeePaw Hill. 🇺🇸

    Why Only Change Frames?
    Today I want to answer a question that, honestly, almost no one ever asks. Why are we changing frames, instead of getting rid of them altogether? Talking about change in the geek trades is a …
    By GeePaw, 92 words


  8. Irrational Exuberance
    “I’m a writer and a software engineering leader.” By Will Larson. 🇺🇸

    Extract the kernel.
    As I’ve served longer in an executive role, I’ve started to notice recurring communication challenges between executives and the folks they work with. The most frequent issue I see is when a literal communicator insists …
    316 words

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  9. Jade Rubick -
    “Jade Rubick.” 🇺🇸

    Curious about becoming an executive consultant?
    I’ve been doing advisory, fractional, and interim engineering leadership consulting for a couple of years now. People in my network contact me often because they are considering it for themselves. I wrote this up to …
    4,036 words

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  10. Jessitron – blog
    “symmathecist, in the medium of code.” By Jessica Kerr. 🇺🇸

    Alignment gets expensive. Don’t skimp on it.
    Honeycomb has doubled in size since I joined less than 2 years ago. More people means we can do more things at the same time. Both “more people” and “more things at the same time” …
    By jessitron, 815 words

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  11. Mike Crittenden – Call me Critter

    Use push-to-talk!
    The one and only desktop gadget I’ve ever stuck with long-term is MuteMe. It’s a little button for muting/unmuting yourself on Zoom, Meet, Teams, etc. The killer feature for me push to talk (and it …
    By Mike Crittenden, 139 words

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  12. No Idea Blog
    “Posts about things.” By Tanya Reilly. 🇺🇸

    Staff engineer communities
    Chapter 5 of The Staff Engineer’s Path is going to be about leading big projects, the kind that involve a lot of teams, or where the stakes are high, or the path forward is ambiguous–or …
    By Tanya Reilly, 1,074 words


  13. Notes on engineering leadership | Kellan Elliott-McCrea
    “Hello, world.” 🇺🇸

    How to plan?
    How to plan? How hard could it be? 4k words scribbled down on a sunny October afternoon for people in tech observing the Season’s Traditional Annual Planning Process, inspired by a recent interview question (and …
    4,376 words

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  14. Org Design for Design Orgs
    By Peter Merholz, Kristin Skinner. 🇺🇸

    Define your design team—here’s an agenda for creating a charter
    This year, I’ve helped 5 design teams draft their charter. At the outset of this work is a series of 4 2-hour group sessions (it used to be a one-day workshop in a conference room) …
    By peterme, 593 words

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  15. Peter Merholz

    Metrics and UX/Design Maturity
    A common challenge for the design leaders I support is identifying metrics. They know their team is having a positive impact, but struggle articulating it in any concrete way. They seek canonical, industry-standard metrics that …
    By Peter Merholz, 545 words

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  16. Tatiana Mac » writing, professional and personal
    “Collection of engineering tutorials, insights on management, reflections on the complicated nature of humans, our love, injustice, and everything between.” 🇺🇸

    Enter strawman: Build a tangible form to anchor esoteric discussions
    You ask, "Should I be making a new directory for this feature I'm building?" You expect a return value of: "yes" or "no." You had a 50% chance of guessing the "correct" answer...right? Four hours, …
    896 words

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