Managers, keep your focus.

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  • Engineering Director, five teams with 23 total reports. Thirteen hours of focus time in a week.
  • Engineering Manager, one team with ten total reports. Fourteen hours of focus time.
  • Engineering Director, two teams with ten total reports. Seventeen hours of focus time.
  • Engineering Manager, one team with eleven total reports. Ten hours of focus time.
  • Engineering Manager, one team with ten total reports. More than twenty hours of focus time.
  • Sr. Engineering Director, fifteen teams with 135 total reports. Eleven hours of focus time.

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Born in Brazil. Living in NY. Engineering at Braze. Previously Meetup, Yourgrocer.com.au (co-founder) and ThoughtWorks.

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Born in Brazil. Living in NY. Engineering at Braze. Previously Meetup, Yourgrocer.com.au (co-founder) and ThoughtWorks.

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