The following people are permanent members of the Create:Editor BE Team:
|Darva Satcher||Engineering Manager, Create:Knowledge & Create:Editor|
|Francisco Javier López||Senior Backend Engineer, Create:Editor|
|Mark Chao||Backend Engineer, Create:Editor|
|Alex Pooley||Senior Backend Engineer, Create:Editor|
|Amparo Luna||Backend Engineer, Create:Editor|
|Vijay Hawoldar||Senior Backend Engineer, Create:Editor|
The following members of other functional teams are our stable counterparts:
|Achilleas Pipinellis||Senior Technical Writer, Create, Package, Monitor, Secure, Defend|
|Marcia Ramos||Senior Technical Writer, Create, Release|
|Paul Slaughter||Senior Frontend Engineer, Create:Editor|
|Katherine Okpara||UX Researcher, Create|
|James Ramsay||Group Manager, Product, Create|
|Denys Mishunov||Senior Frontend Engineer, Create:Editor|
|Himanshu Kapoor||Senior Frontend Engineer, Create:Editor|
|Kai Armstrong||Product Manager, Create:Editor|
|Roman Kuba||Frontend Engineering Manager, Create:Knowledge & Create:Editor|
|Anastasia McDonald||Software Engineer in Test, Create:Editor|
A full-featured Integrated Development Environment (IDE) built into GitLab so you can start contributing on day one with no need to spend days getting all the right packages installed into your local dev environment.
Store and share bits of code and text with other users. This category is at the "minimal" level of maturity.
Do pair programming directly in the Web IDE. This category is planned, but not yet available.
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There is a general onboarding issue assigned to all GitLab team members by People Ops on your first day.
All GitLab Team members are expected to follow the General GitLab communications guidelines.
In general, we use the standard GitLab engineering workflow. To get in touch
with the Create:Editor BE team, it's best to create an issue in the relevant project and add the
~backend labels, along with any other
appropriate labels. Then, feel free to ping the relevant Product Manager and/or
Engineering Manager, as listed above.
For more urgent items, feel free to use #g_create_editor on Slack.
Career development conversations in the Create:Editor BE team are centered around a Career Development Sheet that is based on the Engineering Career Matrix for Individual Contributors. The sheet lists the expected current level behaviors on the left, the next level behaviors on the right, and uses colored columns in between to visually represent the extent to which the individual has shown to have grown from the current level to the next. Columns to the right of a next level behavior are used to collect specific examples of that behavior, which serve as evidence of the individual's growth.
Both the matrix and the sheet are Works in Progress; the development of the career matrix is tracked in an epic, and as the matrix evolves, the sheet will be updated to match.
In the scenario where an Engineering Manager (EM) is unexpectedly out of the office we will immediately implement this backup plan to support a smooth and stable day-to-day work experience for all team members and stable counterparts. In case that the regular EM is not available, the stable counter part will jump in and support the team wherever possible.
Consider pinging the standing EM on important things and help proactivley to follow the usual processes around Weekly Catch Up Meetings, Sprint Planning, Retrospectives or other meetings.
1-1s will be run in an asynchronous manner, where a new Google Doc will be shared with focus on status and enablement.