Being An Effective Tech Leader
Debra is Director of Business Development at Command Prompt Inc., supporting clients service and project needs for data architecture, management, and optimization.
Debra has a Bachelor of Science in Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation Biology. She has 18 years of experience in data acquisition, analysis, and management as well as project management and RDBMS development in both private and government sectors in the water industry. Debra is an open source and PostgreSQL advocate, having volunteered for various Postgres events and organizations including serving of the Board of the U.S. PostgreSQL Association.. She is an organizer of the Austin Postgres Meetup Group, and Postgres Conference Series, and serves as lead of the Postgres Conference Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Initiative Workgroup for Postgres Conference series.
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As technology grows and evolves, it’s critical to have the best tech staff, yet not every business founder, project manager, or sales director has a tech background.
How do you manage a team of developers, products and services when you don’t have tech experience? We'll explore this as well as - How do you bridge the knowledge gap between your technical team and your non-technical founders, project and product managers, and sales and marketing staff? - - How can you communicate effectively with your IT team? - - What are the key processes and base knowledge to learn? - - What are the benefits of having non-technical leaders in your company? -
- 2020 March 24 10:00
- 20 min
- Postgres Conference 2020
- Professional Development, Life and Leadership