It's not my first rodeo
I mean, after my years of experience I have learnt some tricks and seen a couple of things.
As much as it is more than clear to me that I do not know everything (well... as nobody does!).
I "just" do know what I want to do.
In my career I have successfully covered a range of different roles, from Software Developer to Project Tech Lead and Manager.
I am currently looking for a new team leading role with focus on product definition, design and development.
My goal is to help a team tackling problems and developing the best working solutions possible.
My experience and natural curiosity has allowed me to be able to choose which tech is the most appropriate for each problem,
and to define the most correct implementation strategy.
My personal idea of Leading is not just bossing around assigning tasks. I love pair working, mentoring and, why not, getting my hands dirty with some lines
of code while testing and building PoCs, if my spare time allows me!
I have experience in dealing with C-suite members and a track record of amazing interactions and positive feedback with/from them
(thanks also to my business management skills).
I strongly believe that my role should work in sync with project managers, particularly around budgeting and planning.
When this did not happen, though, I've consistently proven myself able to cater for both roles (PM and tech lead).