How to choose a CTO coach
David Subar
No matter how experienced you are, there are times where it can make sense to get a second pair of eyes on a problem. For small questions you can always tap your network, but as the amount of context required and input needed grows, it can make sense to bring in a consultant in so they can think deeply and engage thoughtfully with the problem. In this week's episode, I talk with David Subar, a fractional CTO, about his experiences of how and when to engage with a CTO coach and how to find one that’s a good fit for the problem that you’re trying to solve. [For end of show notes from David] Get in touch with David via email, or via the contact form at You can also connect with him via LinkedIn or twitter
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