Dev Quest is a podcast about the career journey of the modern web developer. Web development is one of the most accessible and fruitful career paths of our era, marrying a great deal of autonomy and interesting work with a strong sense of community and openness. On Dev Quest, we'll talk to devs working at all levels of the industry, from agency-employed and freelance folks building websites for small businesses to start up founders who are helping run multi-million dollar SaaS companies and everyone in between, all through the lens of trying to help you grow to the next stage in your own journey into this amazing field.
Episode 5: Adventures in CI/CD
Alec fills in for Dustin this episode and talks with Solomon Gifford from BlackMesh about the wild world of modern CI/CD providers, SecDevOps, and the quest to put the "dev" back in "DevOps".
AmyJune Hineline: Enable contributors. Make it accessible. Help open source win.
AmyJune Hineline, open source community ambassador at Kanopi Studios and Aaron Winborn award winner, shows us how her compassion as a hospice nurse and "I can fix it" experience as a Volkswagen mechanic helped her become a leading figure in the Drupal open source project.
Mike Wetter and Solomon Gifford: The Joy of Multi-Application Deployments
Mike Wetter and Solomon Gifford from Blackmesh chat with Dustin about how they stopped worrying and learned to LOVE multi-application deployments.
Shaundai Person: From salesperson to web developer.
Shaundai Person from SalesLoft tells us how she transformed her career from sales to web development in a single year, all while working a full-time job and raising her son. And we thought we were busy!
Chris Teitzel: Take chances, embrace open source, believe in people
Chris Teitzel from Cellar Door Media and Lockr.io tells us how he started his agency, launched a growing SaaS, and started doing meaningful work in the web industry.