Aligning developer experience initiatives to business outcomes
Elliot Graebert, Director of Engineering at Skydio, shares his insights and experiences in building teams at Palantir and the need to always tie your programs back to the needs of the business. Often, we can get caught up in the excitement of a project, but miss the larger picture. Which is why Elliot details the best ways to handle high and low performers, his strategy around developing new services and killing old ones and the struggles of trying to build an internal developer portal.
"The improvement in quality across our entire engineering system in less than a year on OpsLevel is already immense"
David de Regt – Senior Director, Foundations Engineering at Outreach
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