Blayne Roeder | Engineering Empathy, Identifying Needs, & Developing Strong Work Ethic
Like many great engineers, Blayne Roeder (pronounced like “raider”) grew up on a farm with a strong work ethic and in a culture that valued the ability to maintain (and sometimes build) your own equipment. Those skills helped Blayne quickly advance through a senior-level engineering role and into multiple engineering director roles. Having provided guidance to hundreds of junior-level engineers throughout his career, Blayne shares with us not only the skills that make great engineers as well as skills that make great people.
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