People Stack Podcast: Nick Caldwell VP of Eng at Reddit talks team building, hiring, and more.

Also available on Apple Podcasts and Stitcher.

Nick Caldwell, VP of Engineering at Reddit.com stops by the People Stack to talk about hiring practices, building great teams, the importance of diverse backgrounds in those teams, and developing leaders to rapidly scale. You can check out Nick’s writing on these topics and more on blog.devcolor.org, ThinkGrowth.org and hackernoon.com.


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