Guest Post: Grow And Nurture Your Tech Teams

Sasha Bilton is the Chief Technology Officer at My Tutor Limited. As a 20-year veteran of software engineering, Sasha has worked primarily in finance or media, on both web and desktop application development, in tiny start-ups and tier 1 investment banks. Today, I am delighted that he is sharing his insights with The Art of Navigation on how to grow and nurture your tech teams.

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The 5 Pillars of The Art of Navigation

I can’t say that The Art of Navigation was planned, rather it has evolved over many years of practice working with SME software companies. Through my experience I have, admittedly, made made innumerable mistakes. The positive is that I have constantly fed back and “corrected my course” the more work I have done, turning these mishaps into valuable learnings.  

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Be Honest - Is Your Business Failing?

I think it’s important for a business leader to consider the scenario, “What if the business does not work?” Of course, it’s not something that anyone wants to contemplate. But it does happen, and how you respond to it could have a great deal of impact on your stress and happiness.

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The Perils of the Wrong Metaphor in the World of Software

I blame ‘software engineering’. When it was called ‘computer programming’ nobody except us nerds knew or cared what it was. To the uninitiated, it was a dark art best not talked about. But some of us weren’t happy with that and wanted to be considered ‘serious professionals’. This is why ‘software engineering’ was born. And this is where all of our troubles began…

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