Interviews with Engineering Managers in Remote

Software Engineering Managers in Remote on how they think about management


Jonathan Bull
Jonathan Bull, EmailOctopus

“Programming will always be where I feel most comfortable, but ultimately I’m rewarded by seeing the company grow.”

#email-marketing #entrepreneurship #remote

Ray Wenderlich
Ray Wenderlich, raywenderlich.com

“I could either change my actions (stop being a manager and get back to programming), or I could change my identity (and think of myself as a manager/leader/entrepreneur).”

#distributed-teams #education #mobile #remote

Kim Moir
Kim Moir, Mozilla

“It is a completely different job than a software developer individual contributor with a completely different skill set. It is a steep learning curve but I feel like I’m learning something new every day.”

#build-engineering #distributed-systems #distributed-teams #open-source #remote

Ana Ulin
Ana Ulin, Abl Schools

“Seeing all our collective work come together as we make progress towards whatever we’re building is hugely satisfying.”

#android #frontend #remote #web

Andy Crouch
Andy Crouch, Open Energy Market

“It has surprised me how much I enjoy the business side of my role. I have learnt so much about accounting, sales and marketing and finance.”

#devops #product #remote #startup #web

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