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Aligning New Relic to Deliver More and More Value to Our Customers and Users

Aligning New Relic to Deliver More and More Value to Our Customers and Users

8 min read

Lew Cirne

Life at New Relic: How Engineering Leaders Benefit from Unique “Mini-M” Groups

Learn the concept of Mini-Ms—which stands for “mini-management”—for development and engineering teams and how they benefit organizations.

14 min read

Charlotte Ziems

Life at New Relic: Our Board Chair’s Journey with Fast Changing Companies

In our sixth "Life at New Relic" post, hear from our new board chair about her career and what she learned from managing hyper-growth technology companies.

14 min read

Debbie O'Brien

Life at New Relic: Leading with a Bold Spirit

In our fifth “Life at New Relic” post, find out how a customer became a New Relic Programmability Architect who builds cool apps.

5 min read

Aileen Renteria

Boost Engineering Team Success with Mentoring and a Growth Mindset

Learn about why fostering a growth mindset in oneself and others is essential, and how mentoring impacts the way engineers learn and grow.

11 min read

Matt Baker

Leadership in a Software Golden Age

Leadership in a Software Golden Age

7 min read

Erica Ruliffson Schultz

Modern Software Podcast: New Relic CRO Erica Schultz on What Our Customers Care About

New Relic CRO Erica Schultz, shares insights into what's on the mind of our customers, details our vision and mission, and highlights what makes New Relic unique.

14 min read

Fredric Paul

How to Manage Remote Engineering Teams

At New Relic, we’ve learned that “winning” at remote-friendly engineering teams requires attention to three key components: Communication, Tooling, and Culture.

8 min read

Kat Dober and Mike Carlson

Seven Reasons Why I Read My Team’s Pull Requests

How one New Relic manager determines the health of her teams by reading their Github pull requests

5 min read

Jen Hammond

How to Manage a DevOps Team: Q&A With the Manager of New Relic Mobile Team

… Jason: As I said, we do use proactive alerting, but we also have several New …

10 min read

Isaac Eldridge

What Is a Modern Software Company?

What factors go into making a modern software company modern—and why it matters.

5 min read

Victor Soares

How to Create a Team-Health Assessment for Engineering Organizations

New Relic’s engineering organization is conducting a comprehensive team-health assessment project. Our goal: continuous organizational improvement through data—here’s how it

11 min read

Brent Miller

How Software Engineers Can Help Interview Their Future Managers

New Relic engineers devise a new approach to interviewing candidates to manage their software team.

8 min read

Rey Abolofia

The 5 Habits of Awesome Engineering Managers

The key responsibility of an awesome engineering manager is to build awesome teams that build awesome software.

6 min read

Scott Dietrich

Completed Staff Work: The Secret Management Technique to Empower Your Team

New Relic Director of Engineering Jade Rubick shares a powerful management technique. Part 10 in our engineering management series.

10 min read

Jade Rubick

At New Relic, Management Isn’t a Promotion—It’s a Different Job

Engineers who distinguish themselves by being particularly good at their jobs are obviously engineering management material, right? Actually, it’s a terrible idea.

5 min read

Tim Krajcar

4 Steps to Becoming a Cloud Leader in Your Company

Increasing use of cloud computing services creates an IT leadership opportunity. Here’s how to take advantage.

9 min read

Kevin Casey

How to Make the Leap from Engineer to Manager

What’s the biggest difference between being a programmer and a manager of programmers? How you define success!

7 min read

Kirby Frugia

Autonomous Teams: What They Are and Why You Should Care

Given full autonomy, an individual can do his or her best work. Yet, teams produce better, more reliable, quality work. Autonomous teams have greater potential for success than eit

6 min read

Merlyn Albery-Speyer

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