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Effective Engineer How to Leverage Your Efforts in Software Engineering to Make a Disproportionate and Meaningful Impact

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ISBN-10: 0996128107

ISBN-13: 9780996128100

Edition: N/A

Authors: Edmond Lau, Bret Taylor

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The most effective engineers - the ones who have risen to become distinguished engineers and leaders at their companies - can produce 10 times the impact of other engineers, but they're not working 10 times the hours. They've internalized a mindset that took me years of trial and error to figure out. I'm going to share that mindset with you - along with hundreds of actionable techniques and proven habits - so you can shortcut those years. Introducing The Effective Engineer - the only book designed specifically for today's software engineers, based on extensive interviews with engineering leaders at top tech companies, and packed with hundreds of techniques to accelerate your career. For two…    
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Book details

List price: $39.00
Publisher: Effective Engineer, The
Publication date: 3/19/2015
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 260
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.55" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

For the past decade, Edmond Lau has worked as a software engineer in some of the top technology companies in Silicon Valley, including Google, Ooyala, Quora, and Quip. He's passionate about building great engineering teams, and he's interviewed over 500+ engineering candidates throughout his career as well as spoken to teams across the country on how to build great engineering cultures. At Quora, he built out the onboarding and mentoring programs used to train dozens of new engineering hires. His engineering and career advice has been featured on "Forbes", "Time", "Slate", "Inc.", and "Fortune". He's also guest lectured at both MIT and Stanford on software design. He holds a Bachelor's and…