17 episodes

The podcast for junior developers in Hebrew, discussing challenges, career paths and growth methods.

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The podcast for junior developers in Hebrew, discussing challenges, career paths and growth methods.

    Functional Programming

    Functional Programming

    We Interviewed Mey Beisaron, back-end engineer at AppsFlyer, and Adi Polak, senior cloud developer advocate at Microsoft, about how to start using functional programming, what are the popular languages nowadays, how it will look like in a decade, how the developers communities look like, and more! Adi and Mey also speak at international conferences about engineering and gave great tips and insights at the end of the episode!
    Thank you Samsung Next for hosing us at your studio! Samsung NEXT bring software and services innovation to Samsung, provides idea stage entrepreneurs and product builders the investment capital and resources to turn their groundbreaking ideas into reality and support the local community.
    Music by Dave Depper.

    • 46 min
    Winning in a new playground

    Winning in a new playground

    Christina Warren is a Senior Cloud Advocate at Microsoft. We recorded this session in #MSIgnite2019, and talked about her career transformation and learning the rules of a new game, why it's important to speak at conferences and who should do it, how she creates new tech talks and learns new topics. We also discussed how to convince people to go for your idea? What’s really important to do once you accomplish a goal at work? And more! Music by Dave Depper.

    • 50 min
    Zen and the Art of Low-level Programming

    Zen and the Art of Low-level Programming

    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.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    How Do Software Architect?

    How Do Software Architect?

    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.

    • 46 min
    Cyber Cyber Cyber

    Cyber Cyber Cyber

    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.

    • 44 min
    Why Developers Need Community

    Why Developers Need Community

    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".

    • 1 hr 22 min

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