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Building a career as a Software Engineer is hard. Once a week, I share a conversation with an industry veteran about their career successes and stumbling blocks. Whether you're trying to break into the industry, fighting with imposter syndrome, or just trying to take the next big step in your career, you'll benefit from hearing how successful engineers have triumphed and failed in their careers. Learn more: www.devpath.fm

Latest Episodes

Engineer and CTO Charity Majors

Charity Majors is the CTO of Honeycomb.io, and has spent a career deep in tech. We talked at length about her struggles and strategies for growth and the challenging transition from individual contributor to manager and leader. Charity is an incredibly authentic and open individual and I feel very lucky to have had the opportunity to chat with her. Charity's internet home: https://charity.wtf/

44 MIN1 w ago
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Engineer and CTO Charity Majors

Developer Advocate Jason Lengstorf

Jason Lengstorf is a Developer Advocate, and at the time of this recording, he was heading up the learning team for Gatsby. During this interview, Jason and I cover his background and his experiences learning to lead. Near the end of the conversation, Jason shares his take of the differences between management and leadership. Jason's internet home: https://lengstorf.com/

51 MINSEP 20
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Developer Advocate Jason Lengstorf

DEV Webmaster and Founder Ben Halpern

Ben Halpern is best known for building the DEV community, centered around https://dev.to. During our conversation, we talked about his journey from marketer to developer and from developer to founder. Ben shared with me why he uses the title Webmaster and a little bit about his upbringing and unique world-view. Ben's Incredible Website: http://benhalpern.com/

51 MINSEP 13
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DEV Webmaster and Founder Ben Halpern

Speaker and Software Engineer Laurie Barth

Laurie Barth is a mathematician turned Software Engineer. She is known for giving a ton of excellent talks and sharing her opinions about software development online. We got the change to talk about her start in tech, her transition from a tangential field, and her journey into speaking about her career at conferences. Laurie on Twitter: https://twitter.com/laurieontech

42 MINSEP 6
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Speaker and Software Engineer Laurie Barth

Creator of Laravel Taylor Otwell

Taylor Otwell is the creator and maintainer of Laravel, a PHP framework for modern web applications. Taylor's also a fellow Arkansan! We talked a ton about running an Open Source project and the successful career Taylor has built around the Laravel project. You can find more about Taylor on Twitter: https://twitter.com/taylorotwell

46 MINAUG 30
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Creator of Laravel Taylor Otwell

Lead Site Reliability Engineer Molly Struve

Molly Struve is a Lead Site Reliability Engineer, blogger, and speaker who I've been following on Twitter for quite a while. In our conversation we cover her experience transitioning into the software industry, dealing with imposter syndrome, and the struggles she has experienced growing into a leadership role. You can find more about Molly on Twitter: https://twitter.com/molly_struve

43 MINAUG 23
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Lead Site Reliability Engineer Molly Struve

GoRails Creator and Consultant Chris Oliver

Chris is the creator and CEO of GoRails, a site that hosts his Ruby and Ruby on Rails screencasts. Chris is also an Open Source developer and a well-known content creator. He co-hosts the Remote Ruby podcast. In our conversation we talk about Chris' start in Open Source, the value of learning in the open, and his strategies for learning new skills. GoRails: https://gorails.com

57 MINAUG 16
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GoRails Creator and Consultant Chris Oliver

Conference Speaker and Lead Engineer Jessica Kerr

Jessica is a Lead Engineer at Atomist, she is also a well-known conference speaker and writer. Jessica shared some of her strengths and taught me about thinking in systems. We also touched on some of the unique experiences Jessica has witnessed as a woman in tech. Jessica online: http://jessitron.com/

48 MINJUL 19
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Conference Speaker and Lead Engineer Jessica Kerr

Pragmatic Programmers Andy Hunt and Dave Thomas

Andy Hunt and Dave Thomas are the authors of The Pragmatic Programmers, one of the most influential software engineering books of all time. Andy and Dave are also original members of the agile movement and have been writing code for several decades. They are programmers. Andy and Dave's internet home: https://pragprog.com/

61 MINJUL 12
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Pragmatic Programmers Andy Hunt and Dave Thomas

Senior Software Engineer Cassidy Williams

Cassidy Williams is a Senior Software Engineer at CodePen. Before joining CodePen, Cassidy worked at a ton of different companies ranging from startups to Amazon. During the interview, we talk about her journey from beginner to senior and Cassidy shares her own strategies for growing as an engineer. Cassidy on the internet: https://twitter.com/cassidoo

36 MINJUL 5
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Senior Software Engineer Cassidy Williams

Latest Episodes

Engineer and CTO Charity Majors

Charity Majors is the CTO of Honeycomb.io, and has spent a career deep in tech. We talked at length about her struggles and strategies for growth and the challenging transition from individual contributor to manager and leader. Charity is an incredibly authentic and open individual and I feel very lucky to have had the opportunity to chat with her. Charity's internet home: https://charity.wtf/

44 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Engineer and CTO Charity Majors

Developer Advocate Jason Lengstorf

Jason Lengstorf is a Developer Advocate, and at the time of this recording, he was heading up the learning team for Gatsby. During this interview, Jason and I cover his background and his experiences learning to lead. Near the end of the conversation, Jason shares his take of the differences between management and leadership. Jason's internet home: https://lengstorf.com/

51 MINSEP 20
Comments
Developer Advocate Jason Lengstorf

DEV Webmaster and Founder Ben Halpern

Ben Halpern is best known for building the DEV community, centered around https://dev.to. During our conversation, we talked about his journey from marketer to developer and from developer to founder. Ben shared with me why he uses the title Webmaster and a little bit about his upbringing and unique world-view. Ben's Incredible Website: http://benhalpern.com/

51 MINSEP 13
Comments
DEV Webmaster and Founder Ben Halpern

Speaker and Software Engineer Laurie Barth

Laurie Barth is a mathematician turned Software Engineer. She is known for giving a ton of excellent talks and sharing her opinions about software development online. We got the change to talk about her start in tech, her transition from a tangential field, and her journey into speaking about her career at conferences. Laurie on Twitter: https://twitter.com/laurieontech

42 MINSEP 6
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Speaker and Software Engineer Laurie Barth

Creator of Laravel Taylor Otwell

Taylor Otwell is the creator and maintainer of Laravel, a PHP framework for modern web applications. Taylor's also a fellow Arkansan! We talked a ton about running an Open Source project and the successful career Taylor has built around the Laravel project. You can find more about Taylor on Twitter: https://twitter.com/taylorotwell

46 MINAUG 30
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Creator of Laravel Taylor Otwell

Lead Site Reliability Engineer Molly Struve

Molly Struve is a Lead Site Reliability Engineer, blogger, and speaker who I've been following on Twitter for quite a while. In our conversation we cover her experience transitioning into the software industry, dealing with imposter syndrome, and the struggles she has experienced growing into a leadership role. You can find more about Molly on Twitter: https://twitter.com/molly_struve

43 MINAUG 23
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Lead Site Reliability Engineer Molly Struve

GoRails Creator and Consultant Chris Oliver

Chris is the creator and CEO of GoRails, a site that hosts his Ruby and Ruby on Rails screencasts. Chris is also an Open Source developer and a well-known content creator. He co-hosts the Remote Ruby podcast. In our conversation we talk about Chris' start in Open Source, the value of learning in the open, and his strategies for learning new skills. GoRails: https://gorails.com

57 MINAUG 16
Comments
GoRails Creator and Consultant Chris Oliver

Conference Speaker and Lead Engineer Jessica Kerr

Jessica is a Lead Engineer at Atomist, she is also a well-known conference speaker and writer. Jessica shared some of her strengths and taught me about thinking in systems. We also touched on some of the unique experiences Jessica has witnessed as a woman in tech. Jessica online: http://jessitron.com/

48 MINJUL 19
Comments
Conference Speaker and Lead Engineer Jessica Kerr

Pragmatic Programmers Andy Hunt and Dave Thomas

Andy Hunt and Dave Thomas are the authors of The Pragmatic Programmers, one of the most influential software engineering books of all time. Andy and Dave are also original members of the agile movement and have been writing code for several decades. They are programmers. Andy and Dave's internet home: https://pragprog.com/

61 MINJUL 12
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Pragmatic Programmers Andy Hunt and Dave Thomas

Senior Software Engineer Cassidy Williams

Cassidy Williams is a Senior Software Engineer at CodePen. Before joining CodePen, Cassidy worked at a ton of different companies ranging from startups to Amazon. During the interview, we talk about her journey from beginner to senior and Cassidy shares her own strategies for growing as an engineer. Cassidy on the internet: https://twitter.com/cassidoo

36 MINJUL 5
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Senior Software Engineer Cassidy Williams