Jennifer Tu is a co-founder of Cohere LLC, a software consultancy focused on engineering leadership and education. Prior to Cohere, her skills for building team alignment took her from coding to management. One of her greatest joys is enabling teams to discover what they're really seeking (in their future colleagues or otherwise), and setting them up to recognize what they seek.
February 27th, 2019 | 44 mins 28 secs
Today on the show, we're talking about hiring with Jennifer Tu and Zee Spencer of Cohere, Thayer Prime of Team Prime, and software consultant Matt Patterson. We talk about the entire developer hiring process from how to advertise your company to potential candidates, through coding tests and interviews, and all the way to the final decision process. It's a great conversation with a lot of different perspectives and a lot of good advice. We’d like to hear from you. What do you look for when hiring developers? Let us know at http://techdoneright.io/56 or on Twitter at
May 23rd, 2018 | 47 mins 1 sec
How do common Agile practices like pair programming and retrospectives work when you have diverse teams? How can you make sure that underrepresented team members have their voices heard, and how does doing so improve the way that your team delivers software? Besty Haibel, Jennifer Tu, and Marlena Compton discuss ways in which Agile practices can better serve your team in the real world. For more discussion, be sure to check out PearConf.