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.