Paul Rowe
Director of Engineering at Method
Expertise: Software engineering perspectives, design + UX
Education: University of Maryland, Galvanize Full-Stack

Paul Rowe is the director of engineering at Method with expertise in scaling high-impact software engineering organizations.  Outside of his professional work, he is an adrenaline junkie, snowboarder, golfer and dog scratcher.

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Digital real estate is definitely a riskier investment than its IRL counterpart, but if you really want to get into it, here are some ways to hedge your bets.
Simple automation or scripting saves time.
Say goodbye to the tedium of repeatable manual tasks.
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With the rapid shift to remote work engendered by the pandemic, a lot of the tried-and-true methods for earning the trust and respect of your colleagues are in flux. But the same basic principles still apply.
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At some point in your career, you will have to convince your colleagues that your idea is the best one. Use this approach to overcome any resistance you encounter.
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To build a great software team, you need to know what to look for, red flags to spot, and how to evaluate engineers. This guide will help you get started on assessing candidates at every level, from those new to the field to experts.
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A hands-off management style will allow you to build a more effective team with less overhead. These four principles will help you to get there.
Are you tired of having to hold every new developer’s hand and watching them struggle to get up to speed with your team? Use this guide to streamline and improve the onboarding process for new teammates and yourself alike.
Code review is important, but it can be time- and labor-intensive. Fortunately, a few simple steps can streamline the process nicely.
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Check out this suite of resources to take your development process to the next level.