GitHub’s Phil Haack on Moving from Engineering to Management
Oct 04, 2016
In this podcast, Wes Reisz, chair of the QCon conferences in San Francisco, London and New York talks to Phil Haack, an Engineering Director at GitHub focused on software pushed mostly to the desktop. He’s shipping software like GitHub Desktop, GitHub Extensions for Visual Studio, and the Atom text editor. Phil joined GitHub in 2011 and is a prominent member of the .Net community.
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