A roundtable on leadership and management*
Last year we had a great unsession on leadership and management. I would love to have that conversation again. As we all grow and experiment with leadership, how can we best learn from each other and raise each other up.
I envision this as a group discussion on leadership and management. We will put our chairs in a circle and share our experiences in leadership and expose our shortcomings to one another in the hopes that we can all learn from each other’s shared experiences in leadership. This isn’t about any one tool or technology, although tools and technology might come up during the conversation. Together, we can all become better leaders.
(The only time I did this before was last OSB)
Seattle.rb (User Group 2016): "/^Regular\sExpressions$/: search and find like a boss"
Papers We Love @ Seattle (User Group 2015): "A Critique of the CAP Theorem"
SeaJUG (User Group 2015): "Want Code Quality? Just Ask—The Art of the Code Review"
SEASPIN (User Group 2015): "Want Code Quality? Just Ask—The Art of the Code Review"
JavaOne 2014: "Want Code Quality? Just Ask—The Art of the Code Review"
Agile2014: "Want Code Quality? Just Ask—The Art of the Code Review"
Central PA Open Source Conference 2013: “Code Review: Why it matters”
Ruby DCamp 2013: “Agism in Software Engineering,” “How to use Hypermedia APIs”
Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise 2013: “Trying out Kanban at Comcast”
BarCamp Philly 2012: “Nerds with Kids”
Ruby DCamp 2012: “Sexism in Computer Science”
CULTUREcon 2012: “From Scrum to Kanban: An Experiment in Freedom,” “Hiring for Passion”
JSConf 2011: “Envjs and Jasmine: Headless Test FTW!”
BarCamp Philly 2011: “Envjs and Jasmine: Headless Test FTW!,” “How to quit your job and move to Japan.”
Ruby DCamp 2011: “Envjs and Jasmine: Headless Test FTW!”
BarCamp Philly 2010: “Switching to vi”
Ruby DCamp 2010: “Switching to vi”
Trevor Lalish-Menagh is the software engineering manager of the Digital Video Commerce Team at Comcast Technology Solutions where he leads a team of engineers and testers to create the backend systems that run a large part of the online video offerings available on the Internet today. He is passionate about adapting processes to fit the team and achieving high code quality. He has spoken nationally on topics of Agile, kanban, testing, and code quality.