Three things you need to stop doing when becoming an engineering manager

You are a great software engineer with years of experience under your belt. You've seen too many technologies come and go to easily fall for the next hyped framework. You choose the tools which get the job done and have a good chance to keep working for the years to come. Despite growing experience, your … Continue reading Three things you need to stop doing when becoming an engineering manager

How badly set goals create a tug-of-war in your DevOps organization

A rope. Eight people on either side. "Pull!" And then it begins: both parties are pulling in their own direction. A tug-of-war has started. Imagine your developers and sysadmins as those two parties starting that tug-of-war Each group has different goals. And having different goals leads to each party pulling in another direction. How can … Continue reading How badly set goals create a tug-of-war in your DevOps organization