On today’s Full Stack Journey podcast, guest Lindsay Hill discusses major transformations in the network industry, and how IT professionals can understand, adapt, and thrive amidst these changes.
Today’s Full Stack Journey explores the evolution of networking technology and how it affects engineers. Guest Andrew Hrycaj discuss where the industry is going, personal skill development, getting team members on board with new networking technologies and learning requirements, and more.
On today’s Full Stack Journey podcast, Scott and guest Brett Johnson delve into automation and how IT professionals can (and should!) embrace it as a core part of their skill set.
Today’s Full Stack Journey podcast peers into the future of security with guest James Holland. We talk about how security is moving up the stack, the use of automation, and what non-security folks can do to improve their organizations’ security posture.
Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) is the topic for the latest Full Stack Journey podcast. Guest Michael Kehoe explores SRE, its relationship w/ DevOps, essential skills, and more.
Today’s Full Stack Journey explores continual learning for technologists. Guest Cody Bunch shares tips on how to approach new information, why you should share what you learn, how to take notes, time management, and more.
ason Edelman is my guest on the Full Stack Journey, where we talk about his transition from a traditional network engineer to focus on automation.
The Full Stack Journey explores how the cloud drives IT pros to cultivate both developer and infrastructure skills, and provides an introduction to Microsoft’s Azure platform.
Today’s Full Stack Journey dives into Istio, Envoy & service meshes with guest Shannon McFarland.
The Full Stack Journey podcast dives into Kubernetes, the orchestration platform that’s taking the container world by storm. Guest Sebastien Goasguen explores the origins of Kubernetes and discusses use cases and how to get started
The Full Stack Journey podcast tackles service meshes and Linkerd. Joining to help explain is George Miranda from Buoyant.io.
Full Stack Journey 15 features the ever-informative Dr. J Metz. We talk about storage, technology changes in storage, and what these changes mean for IT professionals.
The Full Stack Journey continues with guest Robert Kloosterhuis (a.k.a The Fluffy Admin), who joins Scott to discuss finding a balance between hands-on experience and broader knowledge.
Chris Wahl relates his ongoing Full Stack Journey, including stops along the way for PowerShell and Git, as well as the newest directions where his technology compass leads him.
People and processes are the topics for this Full Stack Journey podcast episode with guest Bob Stampfle.
The Full Stack Journey explores practical network automation, including tips for getting started and for self-motivation, with guest Anthony Burke.
This Full Stack Journey episode focuses on expanding your knowledge of and skill with Amazon Web Services (AWS). Our special guest is Alex Galbraith.
This episode of the Full Stack Journey centers on automation, why automation is important, and how to get started. My guest is Jake Robinson, an automation specialist at VMware.
Full Stack Journey episode 8 features Ivan Pepelnjak, well-known author, blogger, podcaster, and speaker. Ivan produces a phenomenal amount of content around networking and adjacent technologies.
On today’s episode my guest is Ed Horley, who leads the cloud practice team for a Silicon Valley VAR. Ed may better be known as the “IPv6 dude” but today he’s talking about the business awareness and managerial aspects of the Full Stack Journey.
Episode 6 of the Full Stack Journey pauses the interviews to take a little time to review & reflect on the first five shows.
Episode #5 of the Full Stack Journey Podcast features Patrick Kelso, an independent consultant who works in the UNIX/virtualization/cloud space.
Brent Salisbury is today’s guest on Full Stack Journey. As someone who transitioned from network engineer to software developer, Brent is ideally suited to share his experiences.
The Full Stack Journey talks with Matt Oswalt about the intersection of network infrastructure, software development, and automation.
On today’s Full Stack Journey podcast, Bart Smith shares some details about his journey from being a Microsoft-centric infrastructure engineer to what he calls a cloud-native full stack engineer.