Navneeth Mandavilli Joins Build Your Career as Blogger
LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., 2 August, 2011 – Navneeth Mandavilli, a senior technologist and innovator who works in the Office of the CTO for EMC Corp., will contribute his career perspective as a blogger for the Build Your Career website.
Mandavilli has experience ranging from hands-on development to the management of multi-national engineering teams building enterprise applications and system software. His most recent focus has been on helping others build development organizations that can successfully innovate, creating incubation teams that select projects based more on the promise of technology than proof. His approach has resulted in ground-breaking solutions, valuable acquisitions, and interesting failures.
As the name of his blog—Nosce te Ipsum--indicates, Mandavilli believes a successful career is rooted in two words: Know Thyself. He hopes that sharing his thoughts on what he’s learned about himself as he succeeded—and failed—in his career, will be helpful to the blog’s readers.
To subscribe to Nosce te Ipsum, visit http://www.computer.org/portal/web/buildyourcareer/Nosce-te-Ipsum. His latest entry covers the topic of what manager expect from the employees they supervise.
Mandavilli joins author, coach, trainer, and executive consultant Jim (Cope) Coplien, whose popular Agile Careers blog on the Build Your Career site covers the technological and human sides of the software business. Coplien is one of the founders of the software pattern discipline, and his organizational patterns work is one of the foundations of both Scrum and XP.
Build Your Career is the one-stop destination for technology professionals at any stage of their career, whether getting started, advancing, or transitioning. The site offers a variety of helpful career-guidance tools, including rich and relevant content such as news, features, blogs, webinars, and certification and professional training options. The Computer Society Jobs Board offers listings specifically for those in the computing profession.
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