It’s 4 years now when I have been leading mobile department at Azimo. Formerly as a Head of Mobile, and now as a Tech Lead. My background is purely technical and I started my leadership like many others — as the next step in my software engineering career.Continue reading “Who is (not) a Tech Leader”
Building a mobile app isn’t only about coding. It is the entire process, automations and testing, code architecture and of course people behind all of that. I was writing about all of this in my latest blog post Fail safe, not fast.
Today you can also see the video from my presentation at Mobiconf 2018.
I was talking about our experiences from building mobile apps at Azimo. So if you are curious about how the relatively small team can build effectively an app for the global market, I invite you to watch this:
I also had a chance to share my insight during this year’s Google DevFest in Coimbra, Portugal. Slides from the updated presentation can be found on my SpeakerDeck.
I hope you’ll enjoy it. 🍿📺
Soon I’ll publish more posts about doing effective mobile engineering. Stay in touch!
If you watch TED Talks it’s pretty likely that you have seen one of the most viewed presentations: “How great leaders inspire action” by Simon Sinek.
The model proposed by Simon explains where the leadership success comes from. Apple, Wright brothers, Martin Luther King — they all have one thing in common. Something that makes people follow them — their dreams, their vision, their plans.
It is the well-explained reason why.
About one year ago I had a privilege to share my experience with mobile dev community at Mobiconf conference in Cracow. Because of my introvert nature, it was a big personal challenge to stand next to a couple meters high screen and talk to the international audience. I also don’t like to watch my video recordings, but having in mind the message which I wanted to share, I believe that it’s good to remind this particular one from time to time.
As developers (and engineering team leaders) it is always good to remember what is the biggest value we can give to the company. In a time of data driven development, where companies constantly learn about their users and try to adjust the product to meet expectations I believe that the most important thing is the ability to iterate fast. To bring new value in the smallest release cycles with a product free of bugs.
And this is what my presentation is about. Why we should test, use dependency injection or automate delivery process. I show Android app as an example, but the same rules can be applied to iOS or any other client side platform.
Here is video recording from my talk: