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Эффективный инженер / The Effective Engineer - Edmond Lau, 2015

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    Эффективный инженер / The Effective Engineer - Edmond Lau, 2015

    Эффективный инженер / The Effective Engineer - Edmond Lau, 2015

    How do the most effective engineers make their efforts, their teams, and their careers more successful?

    (...)Everyone's story is different, but many of the lessons share common themes.

    You'll get to hear all about the stories and the subsequent lessons in this book and the accompanying interviews, stories like:

    How did Instagram's team of 13 employees, only 5 of whom were engineers, build and support a service that grew to over 40 million users by the time the company was acquired?
    How and why did Quora deploy code to production 40 to 50 times per day?
    How did the team behind Google Docs become the fastest acquisition to rewrite its software to run on Google's infrastructure?
    How does Etsy use continuous experimentation to design features that are guaranteed to increase revenue at launch?
    How does Box ensure that teams shipping new features are aware of and address any performance issues prior to launch?
    How did Facebook's early infrastructure team operate thousands of database servers with only a single engineer?
    How did a single unit test convince a team of 50 at Zynga that they ought to adopt a stronger culture of testing?
    How did Dropbox transform its hiring culture and go from barely hiring any new engineers to nearly tripling its team size year-over-year?

    What's more, I've distilled their stories into actionable habits and lessons that you can follow step-by-step to make your career and your team more successful.

    The skills used by effective engineers are all learnable.

    And I'll teach them to you. With The Effective Engineer, I'll teach you a unifying framework called leverage — the value produced per unit of time invested — that you can use to identify the activities that produce disproportionate results. And I'll share habits, lessons, and stories to help you identify what high-leverage activities to work on so that you can dramatically increase your impact.

    Here's a sneak peek at some of the lessons you'll learn. You'll learn how to:

    Prioritize the right projects and tasks to increase your impact.
    Identify new skills to learn to expand your career opportunities.
    Earn more leeway from your peers and managers on projects you work on.
    Spend less time maintaining and fixing software and more time building and shipping new products and features.
    Produce better software estimates so that you're not always behind schedule.
    Validate your ideas cheaply to reduce wasted work.
    Gather feedback when you're working on solo projects to ensure that you're on the right track.
    Navigate organizational and people-related bottlenecks so that you can get more done faster.
    Find the appropriate level of code reviews, testing, abstraction, and technical debt to balance development speed and software quality.
    Shorten your debugging workflow to increase your iteration speed.
    Use metrics to quantify your impact and consistently make progress.
    Onboard new members of your engineering team to scale your impact.
    And much more.

    Just the Book $39

    Designed for engineers on a budget who still understand the value of having a guide on the best areas to spend their time.

    You'll get digital versions of the 250-page, professionally edited book, packed with stories and hundreds of strategies and lessons. You'll get it in PDF, Kindle (mobi), and ePub formats for your own personal use — all DRM-free.

    It's been endorsed by engineering leaders at Google, Facebook, Dropbox, Airbnb, Twitter, Box, Parse, and more. The foreword is written by Bret Taylor, CEO of Quip, former CTO of Facebook, and one of the creators of Google Maps. Each chapter ends with a summary of actionable habits that you can immediately apply to accelerate your career.
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