Juan Pablo Buriticá is a software engineering leader who has built and led distributed teams for over a decade. He is originally from Bogotá, Colombia and lives in New York City. He leads the LatAm Engineering organization at Stripe, focused on building financial infrastructure in the region. After a decade of building distributed engineering teams, he compiled his experience in The Holloway Guide to Remote Work.

Juan Pablo has built high-performing software engineering organizations by emphasizing Open Source software values, technical excellence, trust, and empathy. He has also organized more than 10 software engineering conferences in the US & Latin America, founded multiple JavaScript meetups, and led the growth of Colombia’s JavaScript community, now one of the largest Spanish-speaking JS communities in the world.

His favorite food group is empanadas.

What engineering leaders should be measuring
16 Jun 2021 Video

What engineering leaders should be measuring

Dalia Havens
Dalia Havens
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Cat Swetel
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46mins
A thorough team guide to RFCs
21 Apr 2021 Article

A thorough team guide to RFCs

Juan Pablo Buriticá
Juan Pablo Buriticá
18 mins
Strategies for Rapidly Pivoting to Remote Work
07 Apr 2020 Video

Strategies for Rapidly Pivoting to Remote Work

Lena Reinhard
Lena Reinhard
Katie Wilde
Katie Wilde
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44 mins
Understanding your team’s velocity
09 Dec 2020 Video

Understanding your team’s velocity

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Smruti Patel
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Kathryn Koehler
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55 mins
10 Sep 2020 13 mins Article
27 Oct 2020 15 mins Video
Iterating with a purpose
Juan Pablo Buriticá
Juan Pablo Buriticá