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Ben Kuhn reflected on his experience as a technical manager and summarized some lessons:
- His path to becoming a manager was not smooth sailing, as he repeatedly switched between management and development positions.
- After becoming a manager, he constantly questioned whether he was doing something useful.
- When asking for feedback from subordinates, he found that asking more detailed questions, such as "Was that meeting useful?" would usually yield valuable insights.
- He decided to only allow himself to write code when no one else cared about the completion time.
- Newcomers to some extent appreciate micro-management (if they are self-aware and treated kindly by the manager).
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Ben Kuhn 回顾了自己任职技术经理的经历，总结了一些经验：
- 新人在一定程度上会感激 micro management（如果他们有自知之明，并且你对待他们很友善）；
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