While good coding skills are always appreciated, being a staff plus engineer demands a lot more than just your technical prowess. What does it take to get there, and more importantly, where can you have the biggest impact on your organization?
Engineering 19 min listen
The phrase “women in tech” has become a catch-all label, used to describe everything from the problem, to the solution, to the community. But what does it mean for the women working at Intercom?
Engineering 27 min listen
We’ve told you all about our products and features and the launches we’re excited about. Now, we take you behind the scenes and introduce you to the work of the people who make it happen.
Engineering 38 min listen
There are plenty of resources and advice on the engineering management career path. But what if the manager role is not for you? Calm’s Will Larson chats about growing as an engineering leader.
Engineering 1 min watch
Defining processes to enhance team performance and alignment is critical as companies grow. Here’s how we sustainably scale our engineering processes to streamline workflows and increase efficiency.
Engineering 32 min listen
Des Traynor and Paul Adams discuss the principles we use to guide us as we build great product. Helping us to encode our successes and avoid mistakes, our principles are the foundations on which we build.
Customer Engagement 27 min listen
With more and more businesses going digital, developers are gaining an increasingly important seat at the table. Mark Weitzel shares his experience with building strong developer communities.
Engineering 19 min watch
To move quickly towards a mission, the core attributes of product teams – strategy, design and engineering – need to be well aligned. But how do you achieve that alignment and what happens when you don’t?
Engineering 8 min watch
Product Engineer Serena Fritsch discusses the easy mistakes you can make when building product and why doing it well requires a deep empathy for your users.
Engineering 9 min watch
When trying to solve a problem, it can be tempting to build a sophisticated, elegant and complex solution. But that unnecessary complexity can lead to just as complicated issues. We think boring software is better, and here’s why.