Discussion on: Managing devs

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Erick Ruiz de Chavez

In my experience, as a dev and not as a manager, the best managers I have worked with are those who are not in the way (micromanaging) but instead help me do my work by removing blockers from my way, getting as much and as detailed requirements for every task, values my experience and my opinion while also keeping me focused on the "big picture", someone who cares about me not only as a team member as but also a person.

I recently started reading The Manager's Path: A Guide for Tech Leaders Navigating Growth and Change and I cannot recommend it enough. ★★★★★