There’s no denying that the right technical skills are essential in software engineering. But the reality is, these skills represent only half of the skill set you need to succeed as a software developer. 

In this deep dive, we discuss how soft skills are more than just a ‘nice to have’ in software development, and how engineering leaders can build an effective and balanced culture of learning in their orgs. 

Essential soft skills engineers need to succeed

Engineering leaders explore whether there is such a thing as the ‘perfect mix’ of soft and technical skills, and how a well rounded skill set elevates your impact in your role, team and organization as whole.



Nathan Durant Pie Insurance Director of Engineering
Dan Blundell Gymshark Engineering Director
Anemari Fiser Engineering Leader & Career Coach
Maria Clara Valles X-Team VP of Technical Vetting
Harsha Vardhan Mudumba Venkata Notion Engineering Manager

5 essential soft skills for remote team success

Maria Clara Valles explores the kinds of skills that empower engineers to thrive in remote, diverse, and dynamic work environments.

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A beginner's guide to building a sustainable learning culture

Principal for Engineering at Elsewhen, Vahid Panjganj, insists that a sustainable learning culture is absolutely necessary in today's tech landscape

Cultivating a culture of learning

Kristen Belcher, agile coach and consultant, shares practical ways that developers can hone both soft and hard engineering skills

Cultivating engineering excellence

Cultivating engineering excellence

Uncover the secret to accessing top-tier, on-demand engineering talent that aligns perfectly with your project needs and company culture.



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