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It's not just a handful of benighted white male editors and reporters that are at fault. Maybe she even makes close to the same amount of money, who knows. Watch movies online for free. Your new headline would be better but it wouldn't have attracted any views. The odds that a company whose ad intrigued you uses almost none of the same tools as your current employer seems to be growing, and yet the ads that admit to on the job training or humbly ask for "or a similar tool" seem to be no more prevalent than ten years ago. >Let's try focusing on the apparent and obvious biases against women before we start keeping score on how men are so disenfranchised. Like Milford Graves, once he fell under the Free Jazz spell, Coltrane never looked back. Though I'm not sure the above is even remotely true for the vast majority of management-type positions, save those at the highest-level. It isn't one of those "in six weeks I turned my side gig into a Nobel-prize winning web site and now I'm a billionaire" clickbait articles. Distinguished Engineer), you have to be the best in the world in your field. You are misusing that word. > Creating entire new groups of engineers and then hiring them to solve specific problems of moving traffic between regions. You get the promotion & bump because you're already essentially doing the job. As I said in another comment, I completely agree with this. Clearly the person deciding which widget needs to be built is in a position of tremendous responsibility when the value they can add (and remove) is extremely consequential (assuming the resources required to do so are equally consequential). The big problems are rarely the precise code being written (it /can/ be the case when working on a specific algorithm or something) but large parts are about architecture, code review, ... and understanding the business needs aside from core technical skills. So no, salaries are based on power, and so is the ability to dodge risks and responsibilities. I found that I don't mind managing, but it's such a different type of work. Most managers are average, their value is vague but they are controlled by managers so its an endless loop till you hit the worker layer that get things done. She was running the Product Design team at SO, assumably managing people, and went on to work as a staff software developer. You sound like someone who has never been a manager or has no idea what a manager does. I don't have an equivalent story for women because I work with significantly less women. Of course it depends on the definition of "mistake". Albeit admirable, like heck yeah that was a great outcome, it's not a manager decision. Director is a rank with very different meaning in the industry; I know people with this rank at Adobe, Amazon, Microsoft, in banks, FMCG and there is attempt from some companies to catch up with the naming of various positions versus the rest of the market, but it's gone wrong in some places, director being a pretty low position of what used to be mid level managers or worse. The potential impact a manager can have is much higher (good manager multiplying their positive impact across good engineers), but an ineffective manager can be less impactful (or even actively harmful) to their direct reports (bad engineer multiplying their negative impact across bad engineers). Sometimes you need someone who knows the latest algorithms or tools for optimizing performance or choosing the best new language to build in. The skills illustrated above can't easily be captured in a pay band... Smart tech companies have two paths, the management and the engineer path. The audience panicked and started stampeding to the emergency exit signs. I'm much better suited to being an individual contributor. It depends on their ability and the abilities of those they share a management relationship with. Great for her, amazing that she was working at the type of organization that actually wants to keep people around. You have banked knowledge and skill in X. They were quick to write an obit on some white male Jeopardy contestant who died over the weekend too- but not Milford Graves?Â. Almost would prefer to just leap-frog to management since, as it is, I'm already looking at a career change and know my strengths. The version I heard had him going from the back of the section in a community (amateur) orchestra to playing in the Toronto Symphony to leading the viola section in the Berlin Philharmonic -- and making the same wish ("make me a better musician") each time. Men with certain outward characteristics get a least as much of a boost. When you make a decision as a software engineer, the impact of that decision can often have a multiplicative or even exponential force. The wording could be chosen to not include the negative connotations though. Her booty is as a result fucking amazing and say no near flock is equal near. Whimsically worded, sure, but the author did literally go from being a Director of design to an associate software developer so it doesn't seem inaccurate to call it a demotion. I took a 50% cut from a Director at an NGO to junior frontend developer (with a 8-month no earnings interval while I studied software development). Petite bodied gal riding massive white cock in reverse cowgirl pose. I truly love HN's ability to shit on Javascript -- even when no one was talking about it at all! And even if it is... then it of course a fact that the value derived from an individual in such a position is therefore not related to the "multiplicative force", rather, the decisions themselves. I'm not aware of a colloquial usage of "anecdote" which covers confessions of a behavior, let alone a habitual behavior. Therefore they had to be compensated to account for that risk to their job. Gaya patal is the odd gal out in this dyke session. I switched careers 4 years after I graduated college. It's the second group of "managers", I think, that the OP is confused about. Thanks for sharing! It is a risky move and not one I would recommend to anyone - but it is one I‘ve done myself (incl. It's about someone who changed jobs because they decided they'd prefer to do something else. This is really important because I've also seen a ton of people who have been forced to switch careers due to not having a plan to make money. In fact my ten-year-old daughter beat the NTY to print last Friday and she lives four hours north of NYC. But in this case, she chose it (indeed, worked for it! That can be a huge asset. A subject matter expert, someone who knows the industry, designer, or whatever, can bring a lot of value to a different role., I'm saying what's the point of even keeping score when the odds are so stacked against women. Please read. Good managers are force multipliers. Tautology (n): a statement that is true by necessity or by virtue of its logical form. It's not even 30 years old. Maybe this is a small vs large company thing, but I think it is entirely possible to "typecast" yourself into a corner such that the best thing you can do if you want to pivot is jump ship. That's how I identify and IMHO it is a very challenging and honorable job. My current dream is to be "demoted" from senior SWE at a non-tech company to a mid level (or even junior! Apparently, the New York Times did not forget that fact and like all racist medida-institutions, in their mind, acted accordingly. What if X is jQuery and Y is Typescript? I don’t know what one calls the director of directors, though. My old boss said: "on the way to work in the morning, you should be whistling". There is, but probably not in a Software company, since they tend to prefer promoting experienced programmers to managers based on their tech skills (for better or worse). When I told him I had it and he closed his eyes and sat very still in his chair. Yeah, the title of the article is pretty poor. No, I can't reward you for it yet, just start at the next rank and we'll wait and see pleasethankyou." NYC is not Boston or Phili. Same basic job switch from one another field with completely different skillets but completely different treatment due to perceived ranking. [1] Amazon is great, but it's hardly "one of the most enduring companies of all time" yet. Nobody is going to care about how semantically correct you are given one of his anecdotes was him admitting he treats women differently because of their gender. It doesn't make economical sense for the company. Over time Graves, along with all his other disciplines, became a prolific horticulturist. Yet, when I apply to Stackoverflow, I don't even get a chance to be interviewed. Since everyone has valid anecdotes, and that person is a member of everyone, the inescapable logical conclusion is that, indeed, he has valid anecdotes. That is one of the great truths of development. I think every time I've heard the word 'demoted' it was in the context of staying on the same ladder. For both of them, there's a ladder. See POHTO of Milford Graves House, Jamacia-Queens, Ney Nork. E.g., the 2nd/3rd-to-last rung of a FAANG IC ladder makes much more than managers and directors at most other companies in the USA. The harder part of being a developer is communication, making hard decisions, showing leadership. I do think "management are human beings, too" is pretty important to remember. A good CEO is worth every single penny of the millions they get paid, because of the multiplicative force they have on everyone below them on the org chart. Milford hit those drums for hours every day and as teen began to study Latin Jazz.Â, As a young teen Milford Graves pushed himself and the envelope as far as he could. I've worked for quite a few years as a software engineer in banking. And the reality is that while, as you say, there are master engineers who can crank out great inventions largely autonomously, the vast bulk do so in large part by mentoring and guiding others. Furthermore, it's great that she is working in an organisation that would support such a change. Weird question, I know. It's the same reason CEOs get huge golden parachutes. PHOTO: THE ULTIMATE-HIGH-PRIEST: 1960's Revolutionary-drummer-scientist-herbalist-mixed-martial-artist-master-acupuncturist-teacher-horticulturist-pioneering-cardiac-researcher-master-chef-architecturalist-sculptor-painter-college-artist-shaman-healer Milford Graves (left) and Nova Z backstage at Roulette for Vision Festival 24 on 6/11/19 in Brooklyn, New York. Going from that to “just a coder” ie one team member of one team responsible for only their contributions to their current projects. I was lucky enough to watch one of these shows that- along with Graves- included saxophonist Charles Gayle and bassist William Parker played late into the night. You wanna get educated go educate yourself. Everything about it. It's much cheaper to pursue #1 or #2. Bad tech companies tend to disregard this and there is a point that you can no longer get a raise unless you "move up" and become a manager. A good manager is very valuable, and a lot of 'doers' wouldn't want that job even with the higher rank/status. Developers have that, we just call them manager or boss and they get the slot above us in the org chart. On top of that the perception of status is higher from the outside if you are a Director vs a Developer. At least at leading companies with a Silicon Valley type culture. So don't do it. Or you can drop it all and start your business, which means all of the above plus sales plus lots of patience and little or no pay. The Carpenters were an American vocal and instrumental duo consisting of siblings Karen (1950–1983) and Richard Carpenter (born 1946). Sure I can when they're filled with obvious and apparent cognitive biases. They won't share that in their post. We spend so much of our lives at work, so what's wrong with aligning it with something you love? Companies invest resources in hiring, training, and keeping you. Yes, it can be a bad move if she is a disaster at coding. My story has some similarities to Kristina's, but I didn't I get to choose when I switched. Invest in your automators and treat your people managers as a low-value-add cost center. So yeah, management is really important, and a good manager is definitely more effective than a single engineer. Plenty of more typical Fortune 500 type companies and small, non VC funded companies let managers from non engineering backgrounds manage engineers. Good luck on this next chapter and congratulations on pursuing your dreams! “Unless you might want me to sneak off for a quick- E little break?” Joan flushed, turning her head away from Pyrrha was a rush. But you would not be nearly as good as a person who is just like you but has also worked as a developer. I'm not making a judgement on the worth of the different jobs - I've been a manager, I'm now both a designer and a developer, and I personally prefer the latter above all else - and I don't think she is either. I hope there continues to be room for those of us who prefer a life to a career. I'm lucky to get an hour a day between 9 and 5 to engineer. Five years later I was making 2x my old salary and significantly happier w my day to day work. Probably due to the very poor and misleading article title, which frames the situation as a "demotion", something that happens. There is some aspect in which it is essential - "how long will this work take" depends intimately on the technical complexity, exactly how skilled the available resources are in the necessary areas etc. "If you want to learn the Praying Mantis, you got to learn from the Praying Mantis. The online article's title is a bit less click bait than the transcription here on HN, but it's still misleading. The manager had the higher risk job because they were blamed for their team's failures. This is a positive story and I'm glad the person was given the opportunity to chase her dreams. We walked in his class a little before 9AM and stayed there until 430PM (the class ended at 11:30AM) no lunch break. A healer of broken individuals, communities and the entire planet. Most outages are caused by developers and IT, not managers. Even those tiny orgs follow what I'm talking about, you're mistaking bloat for specialization. But alas the story had little relationship to what I expected. A “demotion” is involuntary. So my advice is to set boundaries. Soon, Graves was declining all their offers to join them to record and play live. One of the great dilemmas is that these things are always interwoven with the non-technical aspects of being a manager. By contrast, her new role (Associate Developer) _is_ an entry-level role. On my reading, the point of the article is that titles and prestige are far less important than being excited about what you're working on. Are these bad things? ", These home concerts were something Graves did well into the 1990's and early 00's. That would mean she likely had immense autonomy and a large group of direct reports whom themselves had teams of direct reports. This is really only true if you already know how to read and write code. I'm talking about management as a discipline in general and engineering as a discipline in general. How could you? You know, the guy who asks the engineers "how can I unblock you today?" If they don’t understand then quit! I have skipped over promotions to keep working with code because I don't feel well spending more than fraction of my time managing projects and teams. He still talked, danced, drummed and swung head-high MMA kicks into the air as he had in that office for decades.  Â. Demotion has a very negative connotation. If you want to go all the way to Eastern Philosophy, you can, but even without going into that, there comes a point where contingency planning is more fruitful than doubling down on trying to force a thing to happen no matter what. Not every meeting succeeds in reaching that "flow" state, but more and more I can perceive and introspect why/why-not it didn't, and come out with tangible lessons for myself for improving. This is exactly how I feel, except I also have technical responsibilities, meetings dominate my day. I can't not say something when I see the DevOps guys not taking care of the dev envs and dev experience. On Our Way is cozier than ever. Not as dramatic though. The world lost a great soul when Milford Graves left this planet on 2/12/21 and left behind a vast treasure trove of amazing discoveries embedded in his body of work that we have not even begun to scratch the surface of.  Just like with Da Vinci, it will probably take years if not decades for teams of experts to uncover and decipher all that Milford Graves researched and uncovered in his one-of-a-kind basement laboratory.Â, And when they do begin to unlock all of Milford Graves' genius - like with old Leo- the world and humanity will take that next evolutionary step in the journey of our own human evolution.Â, I hate having to end this obituary on a negative tip, but after decades of consistently covering Milford Graves as kind of a eccentric-crazy-uncle that is just another part of the fabric of New York City, you would think the New York Times would have published a decent obituary about Milford Graves over the weekend.Â, So far the "Old Grey Lady" appears to be too busy investigating why their own news-room is filled with white-male racist reporters that can't stop saying bigoted comments in public.Â. There are maybe ten people in that company that are IC level making what VPs make. English isn't my first language so I'm not sure, but the title doesn't' seem sincere when the subtitle reads "Kristina Lustig, formerly our Director of Design, explains why she. Once upon on a time master craftsmen were the pinnacles of their industries but mechanization has shifted the framing to place "doers" below "directors" - I don't think this is strictly accurate and prefer to think of people managers as peers that manage the interpersonal side of the business (which I think is quite important to take care of - I just suck at it) - similarly I think that directors, if they're good, are managing long term strategy and that senior craftsmen need to be in on this conversation to supply expert advice on what's possible similar to salespeople being in on the conversation to try and inform what may sell. ), I feel like I am wasting my time, and it is just draining. This seems to be the role you are hitting on at end. if possible) SWE at a mid to top tech company. Maybe you would be a great manager, maybe you would be a bad one. It didn't come out of thin air, as this person had been coding as a hobby for a few years (Ludum Dare rocks!). Sometimes we by nature map self-worth to title... don't do it! What makes you say this? Some jobs are paid based (roughly) on the value they bring and others are paid based on the threat/cost of large mistakes. Used to be only half of America for instance worked in a big company. I'm looking at a career change (possibly to tech), and I can't help but wonder: is there a way to be one of these managers, but without being a coder first? If so, then it is a hobby move. That's where I think the "demotion" terminology makes sense. At the companies that I've seen that have a good IC track, including some of the FAANGs, the staff+ level engineers are measured by impact. I reiterate that I'm using a standard for "valid" that is befitting of anecdotes, which is confined to the facts. At one of the companies where I worked, we had an intentional policy of taking people from non-technical roles (such as "telephone support") and giving them opportunities to move within the company to technical roles... sometimes QA, sometimes development roles. Kudos to you and to your manager. Senior director or Vice President (or in a team like you describe, ‘sales manager’ hah). If you want to learn the Drunken Monkey, you got to learn from the drunken monkey," Graves once told me.Â, Graves also studied herbal medicine and built an overflowing vegetable and herb garden in his tiny backyard in Jamaica, Queens next to the Yara Dojo Temple he built. Implying that FIRE participants are only in the US is just as wrong as assuming all developers are in the US. If you view amateur in the true sense as "not paid" vs. "not good" you can do so many things for a much purer motivation - it's sooo much more rewarding. I think I understand your reasoning for not wanting to call human experience invalid. I find these anecdotes to be completely untrue. Indignation, provocation, trolling often gets heavily upvoted—but then the rest of the community reacts appropriately and flags it. One word can make a huge difference! I'd love for you to take a minute and consider why you approached my story with the preconceived notion that I've only gotten this opportunity because I'm a woman. I took a sort-of similar route. ), so she must think it was worth it. A manager or an architecture decision? Just listen to yourself, you're so full of hate. Could relate to some of the emotions as I went from a founder ceo in biotech to sales engineer in tech, to software engg, then manager, then back to software engg with some unintentional devops detour in the middle! Also remember availability bias - just because we see these people complaining on forums or "know a guy" doesn't mean it happens frequently enough in real life to be seriously concerned. In addition to what other responders have said, another factor is that if you're a top (or better than average) performer in X, then the default assumption will be that you'll be a top (or better than average) performer in Y, given some time to ramp on Y. This perception that there is higher risk as a manager is false. How Do The Steelers Clinch Playoff Berth: How Do The Steelers Clinch Playoff Berth : 10 Dec 2020 First things first, they have to get to the playoffs. After that, he would move out and be on his own. I even explicitly said otherwise) knows what to build because she's coordinated with the groups who spend their entire day focusing on the customer, as well as the other developer groups to make sure everyone isn't working on the same thing, as well as leadership so they know what's being built and how it aligns with their goals and vision into the market (because that's what their expertise is in), as well as within her own team to make sure people are building things that can work together smoothly/cleanly, as well as covering for people who have illness/unavailability, and so on... Where did I say we don't need managers? Oh no, women have one advantage over men (if it were true) in a male dominated field. And I get it. I didn't keep my old salary, nope. When an EM switches to IC, they are congratulated on their promotion. Did the new role come with a pay cut? The arts section of the NTY should not be just aboutTaylor Swift and whatever white people busllshit is floating around the Upper West Side.Â, Dropping the ball on Milford Graves in 2021 is the equivalent of failing to report that John Lennon was shot and killed in 1980. For this to be true, then it must be true that trial-run promotions very frequently fail, so they keep the person in the role they perform best in. She is doing a better job than the one you got now! Â, Â, That is how pathetic and out of touch the NYT is with the city they supposedly claim to love so much and cover better than anyone.Â, As I'm writing this, the Times just posted a Rush Limbaugh obit- within an hour of his death!  And still, no Milford Graves obit? And you still want the world to believe The New York Times is not a white-racist-snake-pit disguised as "the paper of record? So glad I do n't know if I 'd also say this mostly. 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