Engineering Manager – The Sasquatch of Leadership?

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“[They] aren’t just hard to find — they don’t exist”   Think this was written about the elusive Sasquatch?  Loch Ness monster, maybe?  What about the abominable snowman?     Nope, nope, and nope.  This was referring to good engineering managers.     In his opinion piece, Juan Pablo Dellarroquelle argues that engineers that are […]

Technical Writing Basics for Engineers

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  I’ve teamed up with Skylar Wooden, a Technical Writer, and Katie Butler, a CPA, the ladies behind Pare and Flourish to bring you some technical writing tips for engineers.     Engineers are incredibly knowledgeable people. You understand how to design and build the most complex of structures.  You analyze and evaluate intricate data.  But, […]

5 Body Prep Tips to Ace the Interview

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Even a seasoned professional gets a little nervous (or a lot nervous!) before an interview.  It is human nature.  Luckily for you, there are lots of things that you can do to prepare to boost your confidence and ready yourself.  Now, I am not talking about wearing a great suit, studying your material, practicing your […]