Alessandro Cinelli (also known as Cirpo) is currently working in London as engineering manager at DAZN.
Joining a panel discussion on technical leadership with fellow industry experts Thiago de Faria, Armagan Amcalar and Daniel Gebler, Alessandro came to Codemotion Berlin to share unique insights into the minds of tech leads.
Alessandro is clear about how he views his role – and that of his employees.
“The main At the end of the day, we are not selling code, we are selling a product.”of an engineer manager is to make life easier for these developers – make them happy, make them productive…taking care of what they need on a daily basis, to facilitate and moderate.
Alessandro loves playing with and giving back to the .
From the early flushes of excitement – his “ah-ah that’s how it works!” moments that guided him to coding in a more expressive and declarative way – to the things he wishes he had known at the beginning, this talk is a love letter to . In it, Alessandro (Cirpo) bounces constantly between the technical and the personal.
Cirpo’s hope is that everyone in the room, even experienced developers, will learn a more about writing more idiomatic and consistent JS code, learning from the mistakes he made and that he still witness every time he sees other devs start using it.