Not all developers want to be leaders — but here’s how to help the ones that do

For some developers, building software is only a small part of their bigger professional purpose. By nature, developers grow things — they make a product come to life, work with multiple moving parts, and constantly nurture projects to their maximum potential. They also have to regularly help teammates and negotiate deadlines with stakeholders. It’s not surprising then, that some developers discover that they prefer working with humans as well as computers. Still, it can be difficult to know how to support developers that have expressed an interest in leading people. As research shows, 92% of people think having access to…

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