Full Stack Teams, Not Engineers

More and more, job postings are seeking the elusive full-stack engineer. But this person is more myth than reality. Instead of hunting and waiting on the perfect full-stack engineer, a more sustainable paradigm would be for organizations to create full-stack teams. This balanced team is filled with people possessing a core set of skills plus different specialties. This paper shows organizations there is an alternative to the full-stack engineer, and provides guidance on how to create a full-stack team.

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  • More and more, job postings are seeking the elusive full-stack engineer. But this person is more myth than reality. Instead of hunting and waiting on the perfect full-stack engineer, a more sustainable paradigm would be for organizations to create full-stack teams. This balanced team is filled with people possessing a core set of skills plus different specialties. This paper shows organizations there is an alternative to the full-stack engineer, and provides guidance on how to create a full-stack team.

  • Jason Cox, Director, Platform &SRE, Disney

    Christian Posta, Field CTO, Solo.io

    Cornelia Davis, VP of Technology, Pivotal

    Dominica DeGrandis, Director Digital Transformation, Tasktop

    Jim Stoneham, SVP Growth, New Relic

    Thomas A. Limoncelli, SRE Manager, Stack Overflow, Inc.

  • Pages: 30
    Format: PDF
    Publication Date: August 13, 2019