At work, do you need to be a stronger weightlifter to outdo more senior guys? Not necessarily. The difference lies in learning. You will come to a point where knowledge gathering from more senior peers becomes less enriching. While reading, you might stumble upon an article describing an obscure tool or innovative technology that could solve your product’s issue. In two days, you’ll come up with an integration of the new cloud service mentioned in ThoughWorks radar as a working prototype. Meanwhile, the more experienced developers suggest implementing a solution from scratch, estimating two months. After some time, people come for advice, a senior manager asks for your opinion. Fast-forward, you end up in a software architect role. Turn your learning into a routine In the beginning, the challenging thing is to get organized. Gather your knowledge sources first First, write down your small knowledge source catalog of various personal and company blogs, articles, podcasts and newsletters.
My top engineering management feeds

Leaders worth following spend ~ 30-60 mins / day exploring new ideas. Read.Learn.

More at
Knowledge Sources for Engineering Managers - Marian Kamenistak » Marian Kamenistak

Engineering manager guide

Course Provider: Person

Course Provider Name: Marian Kamenistak

Course Provider URL:

Editor's Rating: