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3 Crucial Things I've Learned In My First 30 Days As A Manager

Here's how this Buffer engineer quickly faced her fears about managing people she felt were better developers than she was. Here's how this Buffer engineer quickly faced her fears about managing people she felt were better developers than she was. It feels ridiculous for me to write about being an engineering manager. It's a job I've done for not even 30 days yet. But that's what I want to
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