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Resources for Engineering Managers and Leaders
As a service to readers, I have added a section for engineering leadership jobs.
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I am a nerd about productivity tools and hacks. Here is a list of all of the tools, apps and other stuff that I have used or been recommended in the last few years.
I’ve spent a lot of time shopping, trying out things, and returning what didn’t work so I hope this helps you. Enjoy!
Here is a list of who I consider the most useful and influential 13 engineering leaders on Twitter. There are many management and leadership influencers on Twitter but what makes this list special is they all have experience as engineering leaders.
Also, many of these engineering leaders have been interviewed on managersclub.com so I included links to their interviews so you can learn more about them.
Juan Pablo Buritica
@buritica distributed eng team leadership &
Here is a copy of the slides I presented at Lead Dev Meetup – Mountain View – May 2, 2019.
Time management is a constant challenge for all EMs. And as an EM everybody wants a piece of you, right? This can be especially overwhelming for new managers. I will share tips, tactics, and strategies to get things done based on over 65 interviews with engineering managers and my personal experience.
Now you can read all the interviews published in 2017 & 2018 on your Kindle
Engineering Management Can Be A Lonely Place!
The chances today of engineering managers feeling overwhelmed, left behind, completely alone, or left out, are higher than ever as work demands go up and the rate of technological change and competition increases. We know learning the ropes can be challenging, intimidating, stressful. Here you will find reliable guidance through a rich collection of interviews from real-life engineering professionals that share their field-tested experiences!
Amazon.com returns over 100,000 results for “management books.” Which are the best ones?
I interviewed 65+ engineering leaders since late 2017. Here are the top books that engineering leaders on managersclub.com recommended in answer to the question, ”If you could recommend one book to engineering managers, what would it be and why?” (Some people gave more than 1 recommendation.)
Here are the top books were recommended by more than one leader in order of the number of recommendations.
The following blogs are all from previous guests on managersclub.com. You may not know about all these blogs but they are based on the real-life experience of engineering managers. Many of these are on medium so you can easily follow them.
I’ve also added links to their engineering management interviews on managersclub.com.
- http://allenc.com/articles/. Articles on engineering leadership by Allen Cheung, Senior Director of Engineering at Affirm.
Whether you’re taking your first steps in Engineering Management or looking to up your game with valuable knowledge, in this talk you will learn a rich collection of tips and tricks from real-life engineering leaders. Not everyone has good mentors. In the past 9 months, I interviewed over 50 engineering managers and leaders for https://www.managersclub.com. I asked them a lot of the same questions so we can cover different answers and learn various approaches.
Are you an engineering manager? If so, I am asking you to participate in a short online survey about your work experiences as a software engineering manager. The purpose is to advance basic knowledge about the variation and scope of software engineering management practices.
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