Mark Kinsella
Vice President of Engineering at Opendoor

Mark Kinsella served as Opendoor’s vice president of engineering, where he led product and infrastructure and oversaw the engineering organization, heping to scale platforms and teams.

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As a technical leader, you’re the primary architect of your company’s technological roadmap. But that doesn’t mean you should do everything by yourself.
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Before you take a new engineering gig, you need to make sure the role will allow you to grow in your career. Asking these questions will help you to figure that out.
Without a plan in place or a defined strategy, your teammates won’t know what they are working towards.
With the right preparation and framing, your performance review will help you learn, grow and achieve your career goals.
While not all engineering organizations are the same, they usually have some variation of the two types of pathways in the software engineering world: the IC and the EM. But there is a third, lesser-known option.
To thrive and grow, engineering teams must have clear, actionable performance goals that will lead devs to the next step in their careers.
As an engineering leader, it’s important to clearly define the attributes that will drive your company forward. Start here.
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Four ways you can foster a business-minded approach.
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Opendoor’s VP of engineering shares tips for navigating virtual interviews successfully.