I am a Software Engineer and I am in Charge: The book that helps increase your impact and satisfaction at work
Each of the 7 chapters has the following structure specifically designed to generate insight and move you to action.
Why it matters
A brief introduction to the chapter that offers questions for you to experiment ...more
As someone that spends a lot of tine reflecting and trying to understand other people's perspectives, I appreciated the emphasis and information this books puts on the argument.
I recommend this book to engineers and managers of every level. If nothing else, I'm sure refreshing existing knowns won't hurt at all.
I liked the structure of the book as well as the numerous referen ...more
While not being a long read, I already feel the need of getting this regular "shot" by reading again some chapters from time to time. Alexis and Michael know how to go straight to the point; to the essential and what the reader should remember.
The first part of the book goes straight to real-life situations, and spoil some concepts that later in secon ...more
Being an avid reader, I go through lots of books. While most books meander through lots of content to deliver a single message. This lean book, on the other hand, conveys new learnings with every chapter! The format is simply brilliant! The closest thing, I can compare it to is Aesop's Fables in an enterprise setting. It allows us to relate to the emotion the main character feels and driving home the point using dripping...more
The first part covers a story where you follow different characters, which makes it super easy to read and understand the concept. It's hard not to reco ...more
From 2011 until Red Hat ...more