Reading List 2022

This post will get longer day by day 🙂 Team Topologies : Organizing Business and Technology Teams for Fast Flow by  Matthew Skelton , Manuel Pais  Summary: Accelerate: The Science of Lean Software and DevOps: Building and Scaling High Performing Technology Organizations by Nicole Forsgren, Jez Humble, and Gene Kim Key takeaways via infoQ: " -... Continue Reading →

Engineering Manager Series Week 4

Hi everybody, it's end of a sunny Sunday in Istanbul. Spring appeared in a flash; sun energized all of us. As I promised, this week's featured articles on accountability, low and high performers of the team. HBR: Does your team have an accountability problem? shares some notes about accountability. At any point, I believe it's... Continue Reading →

Engineering Manager Series Week 3

Hi there, this is week 3. After a little break, still we're here 🙂 This series aims to share some useful articles with some hints. This week's articles are on a deep dive on engineering manager's roles and responsibilities. Actually, we discussed this topic on the first post a little bit. While searching for articles... Continue Reading →

Celebrating global women in tech and trailblazers 2022 via Google Blog

March, as you all know, is Women's History Month – commemorating and encouraging the study, observance and celebration of the vital role of women in history. I'm very happy and excited to share that I'm one of the featured women on Google's this year Women's History Month blog post. 🙂 "In honor of Women’s History Month, we... Continue Reading →

Engineering Manager Series Week 2

This is the second week, so this is officially a series 🙂 You can read the first post under engineering manager category. If you got your coffee, enjoy the rest. ☕ When I first started to work as EM, one of the things that I can't forget is the shock of how many more meetings... Continue Reading →

Engineering Manager Series

Hi Everybody! It's time to go back. 🙂 For a while, I wasn't writing blog posts because I was trying to transform my career from individual contributor to engineering manager what I wanted to get experience for the last couple of years. Learning never ends and it shouldn't. Otherwise, life would be so boring if... Continue Reading →

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