Many developers who have actively managed their careers away from management.
Join our guest host Joe Zack, and our three panelists Jay Miller, Darren Hoenha, and Will Want as they answer three questions concerning becoming a Developer Manager.
Is there an expectation for programmers to eventually transition into lead or management roles?
What is it about management that programmers don't like and what skills or personality traits differentiate those tracks?
Do you have any advice or suggestions out there for programmers who are interested in breaking into management?
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It's hard being a developer, but when you have kids, the stakes are raised.
As Jay announces that he will be joining the ranks of parent developer, he is sitting down with Allison McMillan, software developer at Collective Idea and a cohost on the Parent Driven Development.
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How Allison stays organized – DayDreams in Ruby
Parent Driven Development
DayDreams in Ruby
This week we are joined by Jamey Hampton. Jamey is a Senior Software Engineer for Agrilist.
In this conversation, we talk about working in the Agriculture Tech Space, working for a small startup, and some great bullet journaling chatter.
Links of Note
How to be Everything by Emily Wapnick
Connect with Jamey
@jameybash - Twitter
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