Open lecture. Grammarly: the managerial principles, practices, and techniques

11/12/2019 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM ISST

Grammarly’s digital writing assistant helps more than 20 million people every day communicate effectively in English clear. The AI-driven tool delivers feedback wherever you type, improving communication across multiple writing dimensions, including correctness, clarity, engagement, and delivery. 

Dmytro Mindra, an engineering manager at Grammarly, will give a short overview of Grammarly’s path from startup to successful IT product company with more than 240 team members across 4 offices in Ukraine, the US, and Canada. He will discuss the managerial principles, practices, and techniques that he uses in his day-to-day work.

About the lecturer:
Dmytro Mindra

Dima has 17 years of experience in the software development industry. At Grammarly, he leads the Core Language team, which provides tooling and platform for computational linguists and machine learning researchers. His team maintains and develops the high-load backends that process user texts.

Before joining Grammarly, he worked for Oracle, Opower, Unity Technologies, Microsoft, Lohika, and Epam.

In 2018, Dima received his MBA degree from the Kyiv School of Economics to strengthen his managerial and leadership skills, and to get a better understanding of the business side of technology.

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