Why building a strong culture of engineering is worth the effort

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Whether you’re a seasoned company with 10+ years of operations, or a startup that’s just getting off the ground, making sure you have a good culture of engineering is really important.

Not only will this have a significant impact on the folks on your team, it’ll make a big difference with hiring.

When everyone knows that your company is the place to be when it comes to culture, attracting really good talent becomes that much easier.

But I was curious, what do some of the folks at ⁠incident.io⁠ think about engineering culture in general and how to best build it? Better yet, what about the engineering culture at ⁠incident.io⁠? What’s it like?

To answer all of these questions and more, I sat down with Lisa Karlin Curtis, Tech Lead, and Alicia Collymore, Engineering Manager, to get their perspectives on this incredibly important topic.

We chat about what “culture” even means, why diversity is important, how teams can make sure their engineers feel empowered to share their perspectives and a whole lot more.

Why building a strong culture of engineering is worth the effort

In this episode, we chat about why it's so important to building a strong culture of engineering at your organization.

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