CTO Connection Podcast

Short Byte: Juan Pablo Buriticá 12/17/2020 - learning the craft of engineering management

December 17, 2020 peter@pbell.com (CTO Connection) Episode 110
CTO Connection Podcast
Short Byte: Juan Pablo Buriticá 12/17/2020 - learning the craft of engineering management
Show Notes

JP learned engineering management the hard way - and he’s passionate about helping new engineering leaders to have a better pathway to building their skills. In this Short Byte we look at the differences between being an engineering leader at a startup vs a larger company, how JP learned to become a manager, resources that are now available for engineering leaders and some hints and tips on managing your boss and hiring effectively at a startup.

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