I had the chance to talk to Eric Johnson, the CTO of GitLab about

  • How to manage remote teams: async, stand-ups, onboarding, burn out, internships, compensation, and more
  • How Gitlab uses git for everything from Marketing to Policy
  • The difference between servant-leadership and situational leadership and when to use what

- A message to those who think parenthood might take away from their career

If you loved his straight-talking ReadMe about himself, you will also like this thought-provoking episode on leadership, management, and of course remote work from someone who manages a completely remote team of 560, in a company of 1300+

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