They can. Of course they can. But many don't know it, and haven't ever thought about it as a career option. Which is a shame, because as we all know, there's a lot of software to write and not enough people to write it.
In this week's episode of the Cloud Unfiltered podcast we sit down with Bekah Hawrot Weigel to ask her why the heck she left an established career as a college English professor to start again from scratch coding. We also ask her where she's learning, how the developer community has received her, how she's found mentors, and which languages she likes best so far.
I guarantee it's an interesting story, and inspiring for anyone that is trying to figure out what they want to do with their life. If you know someone who needs some inspiration (male or female), tell them to check out our discussion on iTunes, SoundCloud, or whatever podcasting app happens to be their favorite!
Recorded live at Cisco Live U.S. 2018Cloud is getting complicated! Most companies are dealing with a multicloud scenario, with more getting added as new apps and processes are brought online. Network engineers, developers, and IT departments each have to ...
Joe Duffy had been a software engineer for 20 years, but when he started working with container and serverless technologies he was stunned by the amount of time he had to spend learning obscure concepts and completing repetitive manual tasks. Convinced th...
First off, there are two things you need to know about this week’s guest on the Cloud Unfiltered podcast: 1) Barack Obama follows her on Twitter, and 2) She and her husband modified a Hummer to run on vegetable oil.
Those two things alone make her interes...
Were you aware that there are projected to be 20 Billion (with a B) edge devices in use by 2020 (next year)?!
I wasn’t either. It’s just not the kind of thing that keeps me awake at night.
But apparently it is exactly the kind of thing that keeps some peo...