Keeping your technology skills sharp may always keep you employed, but being able to ‘human’ at work can make the difference between an average job and an amazing career. In spite of their importance, these so called soft skills aren’t always taught by employers and can be difficult to master. This talk will go over some of the easiest nontechnical skills to develop in order to become a more effective software professional and will provide a few resources and a bit of advice to help you along your path.
Currently Director of Engineering at HomeAdvisor, Harry Brumleve brings over 20 years of software engineering experience from around the globe. He’s helped build solutions of all types: from the frivolous and fanciful to the lifesaving and mission critical. His recent work focuses on helping people create rewarding cultures and deliver products that delight their customers.