Über den Autor
Hank Rainwater leads programmers who build software for the insurance industry at Risk Sciences Group in Atlanta, Georgia. His career in science and engineering has spanned over three decades and has included writing Fortran programs on punch cards; teaching college mathematics; conducting research in radio astronomy, missile guidance systems, and remote sensing technologies; and managing the building of embedded digital control systems. As a software professional, Hank has served as a consultant, mentor, and teacher of programming languages and has led development teams in several industries.
- Adapting to Your Leadership Role
- Managing the Leader
- Leading the Herd
- Organizing for Success
- Managing Meetings
- Philosophy and Practice of Technical Leadership
- Leadership in Eclipse
- Leadership Redux
- Working with Your Boss
- Words without a Song
This self-help guide is for programmers who need to improve their management and leadership skills.
This self-help guide is targeted at the programmer who has been promoted to management and needs help in adapting to the leadership role. The skills gained as a programmer will be inadequate to lead a team of programmers: training in management and leadership is essential. Author J. Hank Rainwater covers all the key areas that a new manager must master to become an effective leader.