Build Systems that Drive Business
June 11–12, 2018: Training
June 12–14, 2018: Tutorials & Conference
San Jose, CA
Kathleen Vignos

Kathleen Vignos
Senior Engineering Manager, Twitter

Website | @kathleencodes

Kathleen Vignos is a full stack engineer turned manager who has led engineering teams at Twitter and Wired. She’s worked at two startups (one of which she founded), traveled the western US for management consulting and professional services, taught business software programming at the university level, won a hackathon, and built dozens of websites. Other experiences include everything from being on call as a COBOL programmer for Y2K to modifying a React app for a hack week project. She holds engineering degrees from UCLA and Michigan.

Sessions

2:10pm–2:50pm Thursday, June 14, 2018
Leadership
Location: LL20 A/B Level: Intermediate
Secondary topics: Leadership & Career Growth
Kathleen Vignos (Twitter)
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Engineering teams want technically competent managers, but they also often want managers to keep their hands off their code. So how can managers keep their technical skills relevant in order to add the most value? Kathleen Vignos shares creative strategies for developing and maintaining technical skills—some through the act of managing itself. Read more.