Frontend, backend, and full stack are widely recognized developer roles. But given the rate of change in the tech industry, it’s only natural for demand for certain skills in these roles to come and go, and for different ways of working and collaborating to be adopted and replaced.

In this deep dive, we hear how roles and responsibilities within engineering roles are defined today, how this impacts the way teams work together, and how it's possible for engineers to define their own career paths according to the changing needs of their business. 

Breaking down silos between frontend and backend

Engineering leaders challenge the traditional responsibilities of front-end and back-end engineers, and discuss new ways for both teams to collaborate more effectively.



Raul Herbster
Phillipa Rodney Zego Engineering Manager
Tiffany Jachja Autodesk Engineering Manager
Jeremy Dickens Pantheon Senior Sales Engineer

How to define a new engineering role

Engineering manager at Bloomberg, Carla Verena Nunez, shares how it's possible for developers to shape their own role with the support of their manager.

Why full stack teams are not the answer

Mattias Bjornheden, engineering leader and co-founder of Trice, advises managers to first understand what their mission is before putting together a team.

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