Interviews with Engineering Managers in Web

Software Engineering Managers in Web on how they think about management


Arpan Sheth
Arpan Sheth, Twitter

“Everyday I want to make sure that I have put my team in a place where they have clarity in terms of expectations and have all the tools / support they need to perform their job.”

#devops #music #product #web

Steffen Wenz
Steffen Wenz, TrustYou GmbH

“Learning management skills will make you a more well-rounded employee, human being and maybe even set you up for entrepreneurship.”

#data-science #natural-language-processing #product #web

Ahmed El Gabri
Ahmed El Gabri, Lightspeed

“First, be a good listener and second, understand how to send a message in a way that the other person will understand it in the way that you want.”

#frontend #product #web

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

Tom Bartel
Tom Bartel, Trivago

“The aspect that motivated me most about the role was seeing other people grow and do things that surprise you.”

#product #web

Joan Gamell
Joan Gamell, Slack

“Becoming a manager is not easy at first, but can be very rewarding as long as you take pride and pleasure in building highly performant teams.”

#frontend #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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