Being a principal engineer. The world is your oyster.
Silvia Botros talks about how to navigate the many facets of the role of a principal engineer.
Strategies for focusing on the Most Important Thing
Ryan Harter advises on the tools to help you strategically combat anti-patterns in prioritization to consistently execute the most important projects.
Starting a new job as a Staff+
Amy Unger looks at how you can effectively start off a new job at Staff-level.
Lifecycle of an API design
Michelle Bu talks about the lifecycle of an API design at StaffPlus New York.
Moon to Mars: Planning and executing for the long term
Katie Sylor-Miller looks at how to ensure success when the end goal feels like it's millions of miles away.
Getting to Commitment: Tackling broad technical problems in large organizations
Mattie Toia tackles five areas where you can build metaphorical muscles to help increase the likelihood that your initiatives are successful.
Solving inefficiency challenges at Datacenter scale
Bobby talks about how a technical solution increased the existing clusters capacity by 9% — resulting in a multi-year saving of 9-figures in CAPEX, by solving inefficiency challenges at datacenter scale.
Becoming an influencer (no selfies required)
Leslie Chapman on how building and maintaining trust in order to be an influencer is one of the key roles of an individual contributor.
Accessibility and why everything old is new again
Alice Li climbs into her Wayback Machine and delves into some foundational approaches and processes to facilitate and test for Accessibility compliance on the web.
Driving clarity in ambiguous projects
Scott Triglia discusses his own approaches (those that have worked and some that haven't) into a short set of advice.
The Art & Science of Decision Buy-In
John Riviello examines how Comcast has employed the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) through important decision-making.
Building a better bridge
Bryan Liles shares how he came to find out that he was a bridge builder and how that carried through his journey as a senior engineer to where he is today as a VP-level engineer in a public company.
Leveraging Your Peers as a Staff Plus Engineer: Building Peer Groups
David Daly looks at how to Learn from your peers and help your peers learn (about peer groups)!