I have spent the last two decades writing software as well as building and leading large distributed software engineering teams. Currently, as SVP of Engineering at Doximity, I lead a large distributed engineering organization and write code in my spare time. I am passionate about providing the business with a pragmatic technology foundation to deliver incremental value and helping teams grow and remain effective.
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Bruno Miranda shares how to deliver solutions to upper management so that you bring value to the team and to the business.
Bruno provides a list of items highlighting important principles of a successful team's philosophy.
Bruno Miranda, vice president of engineering at Doximity, discusses the benefits he has experienced since the implementation of agile retrospectives at his company. He thusly offers sound advice to those considering hosting retrospectives with their own teams.
Bruno Miranda, vice president of engineering at Doximity, answers the age-old question of “Is a distributed workforce actually practical?” and offers his own valuable lessons as testimony to this.
Bruno Miranda tells us 10 ways to make a meeting more effective.
Bruno Miranda discusses three strategies to avoid the distraction of company group chats and get in some uninterrupted work time.
Bruno Miranda, vice president of engineering at Doximity recounts a personal story of how he oddly enough, learned to unlearn a skill. Through this, he is fortunate enough to use such a technique to help him advance in the improvement of either skill or practice.
Bruno Miranda explains the role that the VP of engineering plays on the team.
Bruno Miranda takes us through the critical steps and details of his successful onboarding process as vice president of engineering at Doximity.
Bruno Miranda discusses how he realized that a direct report’s desire to switch teams was actually due to the report lacking a sense of ownership.
At a tech company of around 200 people, a team lead of a team of four wanted to go back to being a full-time individual contributor
Code reviews are an extremely useful practice to ensure consistency and high-quality work. However, not all code reviews are created equal.
Bruno relates how a 50 person engineering team tried to increase their sharing of technical knowledge while holding as few meetings as possible.
As Bruno’s team grew, he had to design an onboarding process for newcomers.
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