Kate Monica
Jun 17, 2020 ⋅ 12 min read

LogRocket Interviews: How eng managers keep their teams together when they’re forced to work apart

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2 Replies to "LogRocket Interviews: How eng managers keep their teams together when they’re forced to work apart"

  1. Were there no women in Engineering leadership to include here? I appreciate what has been contributed here, but am curious to hear other perspectives as well.

    1. Certainly a fair criticism and something we’re looking to address in the next installment. Most of our interviewees (six people in total) have either been customers or pulled from our personal networks. It’s not easy getting eng managers to sit for an hour long interview. But I do hear you and absolutely welcome referrals.

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