$230 / month
2 calls per month (45min/call)
Unlimited Q&A via chat
Expect responses in 2 days
One-off sessions are a great option if you’re looking for specific advice on a certain topic.
Having a good resume on hand when going on the job hunt is crucial, and will make your search a lot easier. Even if you're not looking for a new position right now, having an up-to-date CV that sells your experience to future potential employers …
- An engineer actively working towards a career transition? Are you considering management?
- Responsible for building/scaling an engineering team?
- New to engineering management and want an external thought partner?
Please reach out!
Chris Bassano has spent the last five years in an Engineering Management capacity at Reddit. He went from IC -> Management by hiring and building a team around a feature that he developed, and now leads multiple engineering teams with independent charters.
Chris both manages an engineering team that owns the Reddit Ads API, and has other two managers/teams that report to him, Business Manager and Revenue Lifecycle (billing and payments, anti-fraud). Chris has experience in these domains: building a native ads platform from scratch, financial ledgers, financial reporting, payments integrations, owning external-facing apis, anti-fraud, operations & process management, billing, quote-to-cash, sales systems integrations (salesforce, netsuite).
Before learning to code, Chris cut his teeth in project management during his tenure as a Project Manager at Epic Systems.
Chris' volunteer and side-hustle activities include mentorship and teaching. He taught coding to high-schoolers in SF for several semesters. He has acted as a job-search mentor to several Telegraph Track graduates, helping prepare resumes and help with interviewing skills. He has conducted hundreds of technical, behavioral, and managerial interviews in his current role, as well as on interviewing.io.
Chris holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University. Coming from a non-technical background, Chris hustled nights and weekends to learn to code, and has since helped several others make career changes into technical domains.
We will send you a quick email if Christopher has new open spots for mentorship, and only in that case!