Kim Diep is a person of many talents, having worked in several fields before following her passion in her current role. She has recently become enthralled by software engineering, as well as tech advocacy and coaching! Learn about her mission t
Jeff Smith is Chris' latest guest on the #DETW podcast - hailing from Chicago and filling his time with DevOps, books and fatherhood. Get his perspective on the "boring" side of DevOps and writing a book with a technical flare.
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In this episode of Developers Eating the World, Chris sits down with Johnathan Hall, AKA the Tiny DevOps Guy. Johnathan is a DevOps expert and recently started focusing his efforts on tiny teams with big ideas.
Grace is the youngest DETW attendee yet, and she has already begun breaking into the engineering and DevOps spaces. As just a 19 year old student at the University of Waterloo, she is eager to keep learning more and jumping into new opportuniti
Elysia takes us down the path of a Cloud Solutions Architect and explains the concept of Cloud Maturity. She also highlights the overlap and value of her work in business decisions, and how security is playing a much larger role in the strategy
Moshe expands on his DevSecOps Days talk to discuss the impact of the SRE on enterprise application development and how important having strategy and goal in mind is.
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Check out his session at DevSecOps Day
Jayne is a good friend, and I finally got her on my podcast to talk about how being yourself is important to business succeeding, and why human skills are critical to technical careers
Alyssa went into DevOps and Tech field because she saw how critical the application development process was to all aspects of business. Coming from the world of advertising she knew tech was going to be embedded in everything! “Everyone needs d
Recently I wrote this post on DevOps.com (https://devops.com/what-is-resilience-engineering/). I got a lot of positive, and ... critical feedback. I invited software industry all stars Will Gallego and John Allspaw to explain to me what I got w
Milecia went from aerospace and mechanical engineer to dev. And now she wants to educate the world on the importance of software developer chains and shift-left.
OpenTelemetry is a rapidly growing OSS project to support the data collection from application and infrastructure into your monitoring and observability tool. In Episode 43 I talk to project contributor Constance about her career path, and the
Let's talk about security, why it is mostly about the human, and while all hackers should drop their debauchery and become marketers.
I met Aisling at the Indiana Python Conf. We clicked on Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Bots. And that is what we covered in this episode of Developers Eating The World.
Anna talks to me about how security fits into modern application development, infrastructure, and processes. She gives great tips on building a career in DevOps or DevSecOps.
A new topic for DETW Blockchain. I'm a blockchain nerd, but I know little about it. Phillip walks me through some block chain concepts, and talks about the XYO foundation.
Yasoob used grit to get into software development, and now a known author in Python development. In this episode we talked about his path into development and what keeps him going. Check out his article on SpaceX software development! https://y
In this update episode I talk about current hot topics that interest me OpenTelemetry, Feature Flags, and SRE as well as discuss the purpose of the podcast. Want to join an episode? Email [email protected]
After hearing Ana-Maria talk about service mesh's I decided to reach out to her and learn more. On Episode 36 we talked about ISTIO and LinkerD. As well as how consulting is the school of hard knocks to getting into DevOps.
I sat down with David to talk about tool adoption in the DevOps world. It's easy to chase the shiny and new, but should you?
Alle Clark, SRE and Teeny Tiny RPC (ttrpc) fan. Talks to me about Site Reliability Engineering, Observability, and how and why to use ttrpc.
From Cannabis farming to Dev. Melvin's story is awesome. He talks to me about his journey to becoming a developer, his love for Elixir and in the new segment "Teach me to code" shows me critical design patterns.
Chris and I discussed the path of moving from insurance agent to backend developer, and why application security matters to developers too.
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