Adventures in DevOps 162: What it Takes to be a DevOps Engineer
Lane Wagner, founder of boot.dev, joins the show to discuss whether you can consider yourself a DevOps engineer if you aren't writing code.
It's not my job to write documentation
Software developers only write code. Or do they?
How my blog helped me earn $250,000+
I know of no better way to leave a positive impression, earlier in the candidate search process, than simply having a blog.
Adventures in DevOps 142: Learning How To Learn
Tools come and go. Don't let that be the end of your career.
What makes for a "senior"?
To summarize, what I expect from a senior is: technical competence with an eagerness to improve.
How to avoid HackerRank & LeetCode on your job search
Avoid wasting time in your job search by asking about the entire hiring process during the phone screening.
LeetCode & crossword puzzles
LeetCode is to real-world programming as crossword puzzles are to real-world journalism.
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Fanboys can't be seniors
Can you be critical of your favorite tool? Can you see the merit in using alternatives?
Adventures in DevOps 126: Personal Branding as an Engineer
The importance of personal branding as an engineer, plus tactical strategies you can implement today.
Adventures in DevOps 123: Standing Out in the Job Search Process
Strategies you can implement to stand out in a crowded job search process.
Adventures in DevOps 119: How to Navigate the Job Market in DevOps
We discuss various aspects of the current DevOps job market, starting a new job, and growing your career.