What we talk about when we talk about impostor syndrome
How does our emphasis on impostor syndrome keep us from having bigger, harder conversations about how to improve life for developers?
Stories from our survey: Salary in the time of pandemic
Salaries for developers surged over the past few years, but those gains weren't even distributed globally.
The Great Resignation is here. What does that mean for developers?
Nearly two years into the pandemic, many Americans are reevaluating their relationship with work.
The three top-paying tech roles in 2022 and the skills you need to land them
Looking for the skills that pay the bills? Skillsoft ran a survey to find out the highest-paying roles and the skills they require.
What you give up when moving into engineering management
Moving into a management role may be a rewarding step in your career, but you should know about the things you're leaving behind.
Podcast 376: Writing the roadmap from engineer to manager
Engineer and manager have a surprising amount of similarities: both are building things, but the feedback loop for managers is a lot longer.
Using stretch work assignments to help engineers grow
Stretch work assignments are tasks or projects that are a bit beyond an engineer’s current skill or knowledge level and that allow them to improve and learn new things. When done correctly these assignments serve a dual purpose of providing learning opportunities for your engineers, while at the same time completing a project or task that will help your company.