Daily Productive Sharing 214 - What Defines An Senior Position?

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什么是资深工程师的职责?什么是资深工程师的软实力?The Manager's Path 的作者 Camille Fournier 列出了23个问题,如果你知道如何应对这些问题,那么恭喜你,你已经具备了资深工程师的软实力。其实这些问题不仅仅适用于软件工程师身上,也适用于其他行业的资深职位,比如这些:

How to help someone get promoted
How to pick your battles
How to repeat yourself enough that people start to listen
How to take negative feedback gracefully
How to tell someone they’re wrong without making them feel ashamed

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An incomplete list of skills senior engineers need, beyond coding

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What are the responsibilities of a senior engineer? What are the soft skills of a senior engineer? Camille Fournier, author of The Manager's Path, lists 23 questions. If you know how to deal with these questions, congratulations, you already have the soft skills of a senior engineer. In fact, these questions are not only applicable to software engineers, but also to senior positions in other industries, such as these:

How to help someone get promoted
How to pick your battles
How to repeat yourself enough that people start to listen
How to take negative feedback gracefully
How to tell someone they're wrong without making them feel ashamed

How would you respond to these questions?

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How to run a meeting, and no, being the person who talks the most in the meeting is not the same thing as running it
How to mentor an early-career teammate, a mid-career engineer, a new manager who needs technical advice
How to indulge a senior manager who wants to talk about technical stuff that they don’t really understand, without rolling your eyes or making them feel stupid
How to explain a technical concept behind closed doors to a senior person too embarrassed to openly admit that they don’t understand it
How to influence another team to use your solution instead of writing their own
How to lead a project even though you don’t manage any of the people working on the project
How to listen to other engineers’ ideas without feeling threatened
How to give up your baby, that project that you built into something great, so you can do something else
How to convince management that they need to invest in a non-trivial technical project
How to help someone get promoted
How to pick your battles
How to repeat yourself enough that people start to listen
How to take negative feedback gracefully
How to tell someone they’re wrong without making them feel ashamed

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