Finding a cadence upon which to work as an engineer can be difficult. As engineers are generally averse to meetings, oftentimes we wind up with sporadic meetings and a lot of people who are unclear on their priorities and goals. On the other side, we can find ourselves in environments that are extremely meeting heavy, and engineers often left wondering when there will be time to actually do the work they believed they were hired to do. The establishment of only necessary meetings, at specifically defined times, allows engineers to plan their time to minimize context switching, and and to maximize the time invested in their meetings with one another. tech.mangot.com/blog/2019…