How does everyone think about posting articles about team collaborations in Hackernoon


I understand that the majority of the articles in Hackernoon are around technology. As an ex-product manager in the industry, I am passionate about topics of building a healthy team culture within the tech world. How does everyone think about me posting articles in Hackernoon on this? Does it sound entirely out of what Hackernoon intend to promote? Thanks.



Hey @felix, i think it would be great to publish more about the art/science/delicacies/failures/learnings/best practices about building/scaling/growing tech teams.

While publishing about the fabric of team isn’t our overall focus, to date we have published some quality tech stories in this realm:

Your team knows what’s going to kill you.

The importance of team culture

The Golden Pig, Prosperity, and the Importance of People

Want to turn a role model into a mentor? Just be cool.

Ignorance is not bliss

3 Things to Forget if You Want to Level Up Your Team: The Magic of Collaboration

How awesome engineers ask for help

Collaboration at scale

It Appears We Need More Individual Accountability

Risky business: bringing in new leadership

12 “Manager READMEs” from Silicon Valley’s Top Tech Companies

Team Building Mental Models

Lessons learned from rolling out feature teams

How we overcome the challenges of remote management projects

Dear Product Managers: Build great teams

Slack’s Kelly Watkins on the Importance of Setting Team Tone Early + More

Team collaboration is hard, Improvisation training can help

Overall, I think the more of your own profession stories ground your advice in practicality, the better the stories will be.