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October 20, 2023
Why Engineering Efficiency Should Win the Dev Productivity Debate
It's time to settle the McKinsey productivity debate.
September 28, 2023
How Healthy Engineering Teams Invest Their Time
In a perfect world, leaders could show a direct line between engineering efforts and business impact. In reality, the nature of software engineering is complicated; whether you’re building new features, solving problems in the code base, or fighting fires.
July 30, 2023
6 Proven Strategies For Being A Great Platform Engineer
Despite being a relatively new profession, platform engineers already have some tried and true wisdom to rely on.
May 25, 2023
4 Rules for Leading Dev Teams in Tough Economic Times
There are real, positive things you can do when business isn't business-as-usual. Here are 4 from the best engineers in the industry.
May 10, 2023
6 Keys to Human-Centric Software Development
April 26, 2023
How Open Source Enabled Kubernetes’ Success
The success of Kubernetes was never preordained - it took years of evangelizing, but the secret sauce to its success was open source.
April 11, 2023
4 Engineering Leadership Screw-Ups by the Best in the Business (And What We Learned From Them)
We asked four of the engineering community's top minds about the early mistakes that helped shape their careers into what they are today.
March 17, 2023
Dev Interrupted's Best Programmer Humor
Programmers have a better sense of humor about their work than any other professions. These comics are proof.
October 1, 2022
Dev Interrupted: Hebrew Edition Recap
To celebrate the release of the 5th episode of the Hebrew Edition of Dev Interrupted, we look back on some of our previous episodes.
June 21, 2022
Level Up Your Engineering Management Skills: Why You Should View Your Mistakes as ‘Misses’
There’s no one-size-fits-all solution for managing engineers. Engineering leader Ian Nowland offers a framework based on 20 years in the industry. Mistakes are inevitable, but you can take the ego (and some of the pain) out of a screw up by viewing it as a “miss” — and focusing on the learning opportunity.
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