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Conversations with Technology Leaders: Erik Meijer
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Conversations with Technology Leaders: Erik Meijer

Great engineers are able to maximize their mental power.

Does Anybody Listen to You?
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Does Anybody Listen to You?

How do you step up from mere contributor to real change-maker?

Resolving Conflict
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Resolving Conflict

Don't "win." Resolve.

Fresh Starts
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Fresh Starts

Just because you have been doing it the same way doesn't mean you are doing it the right way.

Bad Software Architecture Is a People Problem
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Bad Software Architecture Is a People Problem

When people don't work well together they make bad decisions.

Nine Things I Didn't Know I Would Learn Being an Engineer Manager
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Nine Things I Didn't Know I Would Learn Being an Engineer Manager

Many of the skills aren't technical at all.

Delegation as Art
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Delegation as Art

Be someone who makes everyone else better.

The Paradox of Autonomy and Recognition
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The Paradox of Autonomy and Recognition

Thoughts on trust and merit in software team culture.

Lean Software Development
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Lean Software Development: Building and Shipping Two Versions

Catering to developers' strengths while still meeting team objectives.

The Science of Managing Data Science
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The Science of Managing Data Science

Lessons learned managing a data science research team.

Making the Mobile Web Faster
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Making the Mobile Web Faster

Mobile performance issues? Fix the back end, not just the client.
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