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Full Stack Teams, Not Engineers

By Jason Cox, Christian Posta, Cornelia Davis, Dominica Degrandis, Jim Stoneham, Thomas Limoncelli

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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.

  • Publication Date 2019
  • Pages 30

Features

  • Myth Buster

    This paper busts the myth of the full-stack developer or full-stack engineer.

  • Expert Authors

    This paper is written by experienced practitioners who have led their own successful DevOps transformations within large enterprise organizations.

  • Sustainable Teams

    This paper advocates for the use of full-stack teams instead of full-stack engineers, creating a more sustainable and attainable solution for enterprises and employees.

  • All Business Leaders

    This paper is written for business leaders in all industries, regardless of if they work in the technology sector.

About the Resource

Jason Cox
Christian Posta
Cornelia Davis
Dominica Degrandis
Jim Stoneham
Thomas Limoncelli
Jason Cox

Jason Cox

Director, Global SRE @ Disney | Speaker | Co-Author of Investments Unlimited

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Christian Posta

Christian Posta

VP, Global Field CTO @ Solo.io | Author "Istio in Action"

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Cornelia Davis

Cornelia Davis

Products, Alexa AI at Amazon

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Dominica Degrandis

Dominica Degrandis

Author of Making Work Visible

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Jim Stoneham

Jim Stoneham

Partner, SignalFire

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Thomas Limoncelli

Thomas Limoncelli

Thomas Limoncelli is an internationally recognized author, speaker, system administrator, and DevOps advocate. He manages the SRE teams at Stack Overflow, Inc., and previously worked at Google, Bell Labs/Lucent, AT&T, and others. His books include Time Management for System Administrators (O’Reilly), The Practice of System and Network Administration (3rd edition), and The Practice of Cloud System Administration. In 2005, he received the USENIX SAGE Outstanding Achievement Award.

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