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"I wish I'd had this when I become a tech lead!"

Join for as little as $1 per month!

You've been getting programming help from the StackOverflow community for years.

You ask questions, get answers, and see different perspectives.

It's the first place you go when something's not working.

And you value communities that help each other, offering support and guidance to others who are struggling.

Plus, you've gotten to be a better programmer by helping others with their problems.  It's sharpened your thinking and allowed you to expand your horizons.

But now that you're an engineering manager or leader, where can you turn to get help?

 

A Private Tech Leader Community inside StackOverflow

No matter if you are an engineering student or CTO, a first-time Lead Programmer or a long-term VP Engineering, the Tech Leader Community allows you to give and receive help from others.

 

Give back to the next generation

You've told me stories of how others helped you when you began leading programmers, and the pains of the transition you felt when moving from Programmer to Manager to Leader.

And, after dozens of customer interviews, I've come to realize that many of you are joining not because of what you can get, but because of what you can give back.

What a great industry we work in, filled with compassionate, diverse, inclusive folks who wish to help each other.  I'm proud to call myself an Engineering Leader because of you.

As we begin, we are currently accepting members who wish to help build this community by asking/answers questions and creating an inclusive, diverse, safe culture for everyone.

If this sounds like you, read on...

Pricing Everyone Can Afford

Currency-exchange rates and global pay scales make choosing an equitable price difficult.

I want this community to be as inclusive, diverse and helpful as possible to everyone interested in Engineering Management and Leadership, across the globe.

StackOverflow Teams (the platform we will use) charges on a per-person basis.  This is because they do not offer advertising or job postings to private Teams, so each Team must be self-sustaining.

This means YOU are not the product we are selling.

Instead, we are offering help, answers, and community to all tech leaders, everywhere... at a price everyone can afford.

StackOverflow charges us $10 per user.  We ask that you pay based on what it is worth to you.  Not everyone will cover their cost, but we feel that in aggregate this approach will allow the community to thrive.

No matter where you start, you can change or cancel anytime.

Choose Your Payment Option

Want to sign-up a company or a group?

Want to sign-up a group of leaders?  Interested in adding this to your company's training platform?

Email marcus@marcusblankenship and we'll find a plan that's right for you.

Help us create build the next generation of technical leaders.  Join Today.

 

Pay the recommended price

Other professional, private communities-of-practice charge as $299/mo.

Our price is only $49/month after your free 14-day trial.

Cancel or change anytime.

Your payment of $49/mo helps to build a community everyone can afford.  We thank you for your support.

 

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