For Software Engineers Wanting More Impact, Income & Influence

NEW CHECKLIST & SHORT VIDEO EXPLAINS HOW ENTREPRENEURIAL SOFTWARE ENGINEERS ARE CREATING LEVERAGE WHILE GROWING THEIR INCOME AND INFLUENCE

Each week, we're accepting 3-5 new applicants into our Tech Leaders Program.

It’s not for everyone, so we’ve made this page to help you get clear

and make informed decisions for the next step in your career.

Watch this if you're ready to productize and leverage your expertise by building in public.

What You Get Today

  • Our all-new Career Accelerator Checklist for Entrepreneurial Software Engineers


  • Our short video where you can learn what ACTUALLY stops most talented engineers from becoming high-impact leaders and consultants.


  • Application call access to our limited mentorship program. (we keep our groups small so results can happen quickly.) 


  • Our newsletter and program updates. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Todd Larsen

“After founding Digit.co and consulting for dozens of startups, I’ve realized that the limiting factor in tech today isn’t technical knowledge — it’s strong engineering leadership.”

Stephen Bates

"We all have a finite amount of hours in front of the screen and our time is more valuable than we think. I’ve made it my mission to teach others how to get more leverage on their time without burning out or losing touch with the tech.”

Born out of necessity,  the Tech Leaders Program was founded to help builders become leaders and entrepreneurs, without learning things the hard way through trial-and-error.

These days software engineers have become more prevalent than ever, but strong engineering leadership has become a valuable and rare resource without many options for how to learn these non-technical skills and business sense.

On the next page, we detail the current gaps we see in the tech industry and where engineering leadership is going in the next five years.