Do you design software with a big requirements doc upfront or let architecture emerge during agile processes? Is there a middle ground?
Moving into a management role may be a rewarding step in your career, but you should know about the things you're leaving behind.
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If your project estimates include eight hours of work per employee day, you're gonna have a bad time.
We've talked about psychological safety and continuous learning; Stack Overflow for Teams can help with both.
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Today's episode is a fascinating discussion with Mitchell Hashimoto, cofounder of HashiCorp, who recently returned to the role of independent contributor after stints as both CEO and CTO. We talk about his journey learning to write software, how he came up with the idea for Terraform, and why he prefers slinging code to executive roles.
When your team builds a culture of continuous learning, they build a space where they can step outside their comfort zone and innovate.