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Send in the Impostors

Over the past few years, I’ve watched the growth in Imposter Syndrome articles go up. We went from work either all in at offices or in some kind of hybrid model to be completely isolated and for the most part, having to rely on the person sitting at your keyboard with new thumbs (this person).

It’s no surprise that when isolated we didn’t feel as good as we should at what we’ve been doing all this time, whether it’s leading…

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Software Architect, Developer, Author and Leader helping organizations build scalable software delivery teams and implement cloud-based solutions

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