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Leaders Eat Last
The Staff Engineer's Path
A Guide For Individual Contributors Navigating Growth and Changeav Tanya ReillyFor years, companies have rewarded their most effective engineers by suggesting they move to a management position. But treating management as the default (or only) path for an engineer with leadership ability doesn't serve the industry well. The staff engineer path allows you to contribute at a high level, with more free time to drive big projects, determine tech strategy, and raise everyone's skills. With this in-depth book, author Tanya Reilly shows you ways to master strategic thinking, manage difficult projects, and set the standard for technical work. You'll learn how to be a leader without direct authority, how to plan ahead so that you're making the right technical decisions, and how to make everyone around you better, all while still leaving you time to grow as an expert in your domain. In three parts, you'll explore the three pillars of an engineer's job: Big picture thinking: learn how to take a broad, strategic view when thinking about your work Project execution: dive into tactics and explore the practicalities of making projects succeed Being a positive influence: determine the standards for what "good engineering" means in your organization
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For years, companies have rewarded their most effective engineers with management positions. But treating management as the default path for an engineer with leadership ability doesn't serve the industry well--or the engineer. The staff engineer's...
Tanya Reilly is a principal engineer at Squarespace and has been a staff engineer at Google. She likes reading software design documents and coding on trains, and speaks at conferences about the senior IC engineer career path and the many ways humans can break software. Originally from Ireland, she is now an enthusiastic New Yorker and lives in Brooklyn.