If I tell you how I became a tech lead you’re going to laugh. You see, I became a tech lead first in my head, and later in reality. There I was, a fresh Eng 2 who just came back from a leadership training for which my manager at
Today, we're announcing a partnership with Kenzie Academy from Southern New Hampshire University to empower alumni from the coding program to dramatically accelerate their career growth with Taro. Kenzie is a leading bootcamp with tech certificate programs in software engineering, web development, and other areas. Kenzie is very effective in
In this new era of remote work, it's more important than ever to collaborative effectively. Here's how Loom can help you achieve that.
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Label your message A common problem in Slack messages is they are a lot to parse. Let's rewrite the above example without the labels to see the difference: While the above message works, it's a lot to take in all at once and it's not as clear what the point
I asked 7 senior software engineering leaders a simple question: What's your worst mistake when proposing a new idea to stakeholders? One mistake came up repeatedly: not writing a 1 pager for your idea. In this article, I'll discuss the 3 phases of writing a quick document about your proposed
In a competitive job market, efficiency is more important now than ever. This is especially true in the field of software engineering. With new technologies and approaches emerging every day, it can be difficult to keep up. That's why it's so important to learn from the most efficient software engineers