Hello! I'm Nicolas. I’m currently VP engineering @Doctolib; tech team of 350 souls. I’ve started my career as a software engineer in 2008. I’ve been in engineering management for over 10 years.
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Nicolas De Nayer, VP of engineering at Doctolib, discusses what it means to be a tech holder and how the creation of this role has helped to build a more impactful & reliable product while making the job of developers more engaging.
Nicolas De Nayer, VP of engineering at Doctolib, became overwhelmed with managing teams when his company grew from 4 to 150 people in a span of four years. He details his experience in ensuring his engineers had clear career paths.
Nicolas develops an algorithm to reduce the number of errors his developers are making.
Nicolas finds a positive way to ensure his engineers attend Doctolib’s daily stand-up meetings.
Nicolas helped his company’s founders to delegate and give more responsibility to their developers, and thus to reduce the pressure on their shoulders.
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