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CTO Insights - Issue #89

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CTO Insights - Issue #89
By Tosho Trajanov • Issue #89 • View online
Welcome to CTO Insights #89!
The newsletter is based on top Software Engineering and Technical Leadership content from the past week, it is free and made for your weekly reading. 🙌
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Featured
GitHub Profile Stats
The Insights
Architecture
Airbnb’s Microservices Architecture Journey To Quality Engineering
Scalability
Refactoring and Optimizing a High Traffic API at PayPal
Leadership
4 Tips for Choosing Job Levels when Headcount Planning
The Feedback Fallacy
Culture
Asynchronous Communication is the Great Leveler in Engineering
Product
The Balanced Scorecard: A Framework That Drives Impact
Other
Ditch Your To-Do List and Use These Docs To Make More Impact
Building Stronger, Happier Engineering Teams with Team Topologies
The Most Common Type of Incompetent Leader
What's on?
Haskell: Advantages, Community, and Ecosystem with Andres Löh
Closing Notes
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