Laine Campbell is SVP of Engineering at Fastly. Over her 19 year career, she has specialized in distributed and high traffic databases, operations and reliability and building large distributed teams for some of the largest infrastructures…
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Isaac Councill is the VP Engineering at Oscar Health, where he is responsible for all Software and Site Reliability Engineering teams. Prior to Oscar, he worked on applied computational linguistics at Google and as a Research…
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Kimber Lockhart is CTO at One Medical Group, a rapidly growing model of primary care that integrates innovative design with leading technology to deliver higher quality service while lowering the total cost of care.
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“The definition of merit is culturally specific so non-majority-culture people show up and don’t line up with the traditional definition of merit. The broadening of the definition, understanding that it needs to be modified as a result of you going down the path of inclusion becomes part of the journey your company has to make."
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“We will never — and never have to — sacrifice business objectives to achieve a diversity goal. Likewise, no one should ever feel like they have to sacrifice a fair and inclusive working environment or hiring…
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“I know some engineers will be disappointed by that, but it’s easier for me to find a smart person than for me to find a hardworking person. If there is one message I can give to…
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“We have a rule, ‘No meetings are mandatory.’ If you don’t feel like you’re getting value out of this meeting, don’t go. You don’t have to go. Obviously, there’s a couple of times that meetings are…
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The fact was that we were building a company that looked just like the rest of Silicon Valley. It was not a diverse company, and at some point, just looking at experiences of companies that we…
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“… when everyone is remote, it is much easier to have a remote team than when you have maybe one or two people remote and everyone else in a location, because the mindset often is different…
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Podcasts seem to be everywhere this year. They’re the perfect medium for tuning out from the world, and also for tuning in a little closer to your industry and learning something along the way.
Recently, we’ve come across (and been featured on) some incredible podcasts in our industry including The Ruby on Rails Podcast and Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots.