Gilad Ben-Yossef is a Linux Kernel maintainer and IC. We spoke to him about what that means, how to cultivate a long and meaningful career, what side-projects you can do in low-level, what makes an expert, and how this all relates to Buddhism.
We spoke to Racheli Ebner, CTO at Dabra, about what it takes to become a software architect, how does that differ from CTO, and what it takes to transition from Java to Node.
Reut Menashe is CTO at WhiteHat, and when she's not leading incident response teams and attacking companies in order to help them fix security vulnerabilities, she's organizing BSides TLV and Leading Cybr Ladies. She told us what incident response and security analysts do, how to enter the security world, what can happen to companies that don't pay attention to security, and more.
We talk with Nir Kaufman about being part of a developer community, public speaking, front-end framework wars and why we need to let go of the notion of 'expert'. Also get the scoop on his time in "La'Isha".
We spoke to Ran Bar-Zik, founder of Internet-Israel and super-senior-developer about what it's like to be an older developer, the Israeli high-tech landscape, how to get ahead of 90% of developers, and the acceptable amount of Michelin Stars.
We speak with Dalia Simon about why and how we should maintain legacy code, how to speak at tech conventions, acing job interviews and the inner workings of Wix.
What do you need to succeed in the industry and how to achieve it? Now what you thought. A non conventional talk and awesome recommendations from the co-founder of Smore, Shlomi Atar. Music by Dave Depper. Recorded at Samsung NEXT.
Inabr Naor is one of the founders of DataHack. We spoke to her about participating in hackathons, organizing them, networking as an introvert and successful cold-emails. Music by Dave Depper. Recorded at Samsung NEXT.
Shem Magnezi has been a backend developer, a mobile developer, and now he's a senior front end developer. We spoke to him about switching roles, doing side projects and getting ahead without becoming a manager. Music by Dave Depper. Recorded at Samsung NEXT.
What is data science, what does a data scientist actually do, and how do you become one? We asked all these questions when we talked to Shir Meir Lador, a data scientist and the founder of the PyData community. As a bonus, we also discovered what happens when you say 'yes' to every new opportunity. Music by Dave Depper. Recorded at Samsung NEXT.
Shai Reznik is a developer, teacher, lecturer and community leader. We spoke to him about all these things, and also about learning, impostor syndrome, professional lingo and the Angular hidden feature. Find more of Shai's talks at hirez.io. Music by Dave Depper. Recorded at Samsung NEXT.
Ola Lavi, Team Lead at Microsoft, has been a front-end, low level, and back-end engineer. She told us about specialization in software engineering, the differences between startups and corporates, getting into a specific field (like security or machine learning), precious tips for female engineers and more! Music by Dave Depper. Recorded at Samsung NEXT.
Open Source: Where to begin? How to choose a project to contribute to? Why is it important to get involved with this world, and what mistakes to avoid? Who are the maintainers? We spoke about all that and more with Amitai Burstein, the CTO of Gizra. Music by Dave Depper. Recorded at Samsung NEXT.
Hila Noga, the CTO of HelloHeart, explained to us what is workplace politics, what kind of important relations we can develop, what we can do to increase our impact in the organization and how to overcome interpersonal crises. Music by Dave Depper. Recorded at Samsung NEXT.
Iftach Bar, founder at stealth mode startup, former consultant at many startups, team lead and a developer, told us about his entrance to the industry, how it felt at the beginning, the advantages of juniors and the skills that can make you a ninja, besides avoiding falling a sleep with Bamba on the couch and showing other human properties. Music by Dave Depper. Recorded at Samsung NEXT.