Podcast 285: Turning your coding career into an RPG
This week with sit down for a chat with Sai Vennam, who describes himself as a IBM Cloud Developer Advocate. We talk about the quest that let him level up from Java programmer to Kubernetes evangelist and how he found his niche teaching the world about technologies on YouTube.
You can find Sai’s videos here. Come for the deep dives on Docker, stay for the live lightboard magic. Yes, I know what the comments say, but no, he isn’t writing backwards.
Sai also does a lot of work around OpenShift, the containerization software products created by Red Hat. He talks about what the tie up between IBM and Red Hat has been like and how the enterprise is increasingly learning to work with open source.
Our lifeboat badge of the week goes to Alex for explaining why you’re Getting this as undefined when using arrow function.
If you want to find more from Sai, you can follow him on Twitter here.
Transcript is available here.Tags: containerization, docker, kubernetes, openshift, the stack overflow podcast
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I’ve said this myself “Turning your coding career into an RPG”. Someone else gets it.
I found that looking at your whole life like an RPG helps. The most crucial step is to plan all the little details first. Put everything in one place. Websites like Habitica help a lot. Then track your progress and your goals. It’s almost addicting at some point. Thanks for sharing this conversation. I don’t know why but the IBM guy mic peaks very weird during the interview.