Dominica DeGrandis is the author of “Making Work Visible”. In this episode, we discussed how to reclaim control of our work and time by understanding the concept of the five thieves of time, making them visible, and measuring our work to improve the organization’s flow.
By Henry Suryawirawan
Great technical leadership requires more than just great coding skills. It requires a variety of other skills that are not well-defined, and they are not something that we can fully learn in any school or book. Hear from experienced technical leaders sharing their journey and philosophy for building great technical teams and achieving technical excellence. Find out what makes them great and how to apply those lessons to your work and team.
Ben Foster is the co-founder of Prodify and the co-author of “Build What Matters”. In this episode, we discussed how product driven and vision-led product management helps organizations deliver key customer outcomes and achieve business goals.
Catherine Chabiron is a Lean expert and the co-author of “Learning to Scale at Theodo Group”. In this episode, Catherine and Fabrice–the co-founder and CTO of Theodo–shared their lessons learned from implementing Lean at a fast-growing scale-up company.
#153 - Architecture Modernization: Socio-Technical Alignment of Software, Strategy, and Structure - Nick Tune
Nick Tune is a principal consultant and the author of “Architecture Modernization”. In this episode, we discussed how organizations can successfully go through an architecture modernization journey.
Srihari Sridharan is a software architect and the author of “Craft Your Code”. In this episode, Srihari talked about software craftsmanship–how to produce high-quality code and become better software engineers.
Marsha Acker is the author of “Build Your Model for Leading Change” and the host of “Defining Moments of Leadership” podcast. In this episode, we discussed the importance of building our own model for leadership and leading change, and how to achieve a more effective communication.
Alan Williamson is the author of “Think Like a CTO”. In this episode, we discussed in-depth how to become a great CTO, including coming up with an engineering vision, working together with the CEO, building high-quality engineering teams, and dealing with imposter syndrome.
Heidi Helfand is the author of “Dynamic Reteaming”. In this episode, we discussed dynamic reteaming concept, how it differs from the concept of long-lived teams, and the five patterns of dynamic reteaming.
John Smart and Jan Molak are the co-authors of “BDD in Action: Second Edition”. In this episode, we discussed in-depth behavior-driven development (BDD) and its essentials. They also went deep into explaining the screenplay pattern and the Serenity projects.
#147 - Collaborative Software Design: How to Facilitate Domain Modeling Decisions - Evelyn Van Kelle & Gien Verschatse
Evelyn and Gien are the co-authors of “Collaborative Software Design: How to Facilitate Domain Modeling Decisions”. In this episode, we discussed collaborative software design and why we need it in software development.