• Created by Frankie Nicoletti
  • Created on 29 Sep 21
  • 5 Highlights
Spoke at an event
"Managing Up: Closing the Feedback Loop" at DC Startup Week/Dev Fest 

"The tech industry moves fast and breaks things. Our careers are very different from our parent’s—our managers are more likely to be our peers and we are often responsible for our own professional growth. Feedback is a valuable source of information when its done right and a burden if it isn’t, for you and your manager. In this workshop, you will learn how to ‘close the feedback loop’: how to set expectations, analyze results, and improve the quality of feedback going forward." You will leave with a set of tools to help you get the most out of feedback, deal with criticism, and support your future career advancement.
Spoke at an event
"Brave the Storm: Navigating the Volatility of Startups (+ Pandemic)" at Lesbians Who Tech's Not IRL Squad Series
Spoke at an event
"How to Hire Engineers When You Aren't One" (for founders) at DC Startup Week 

Spoke at an event
"How to Build Better MVPs with Golang" at DC Golang Meetup 

Spoke at a conference
"How to Crush a Take Home Assessment", presenting at Lesbian's Who Tech's #PRIDESUMMIT next week