Embrace that a Career isn’t always Measured by Climbing the Technology Ladder

What if I’ve been thinking about my career all wrong up until this point? How can that even be possible? I consider myself to be making the turn. Heading into the back nine of this adventure. Does that mean that I’ve wasted the first 9 holes of my technology career? These are heavy questions to explore but ones that I needed to address as I grabbed that metaphorical snack and made my way to the 10th tee. I realized this one important thing. My career isn’t defined by how high up the technology ladder I climb, but by the story I tell through the canvas I’m painting. I believe that this notion of climbing the technology ladder isn’t the only way to measure success.


My Personal Serverless Rust Developer Experience. It’s Better Than You Think

One of the things that can be difficult when starting with a new technology, framework or tool is where to get started. That “get started” can mean a great many things to many people. Over the past 6 months or so, I’ve been learning and deploying Rust into production in AWS. I’ve gone back and forth on my workflow and wanted to put together a Serverless Rust Developer Experience article. As you begin with Rust and Serverless, this should give you some good places to get started.


Writing a Technical Blog Article

I’ve had a few people ask me about my writing process and how I produced the articles and code that I do here on my blog. At first, I thought, no way anyone cares what it takes for me to produce the articles that I do. But as I stepped back and thought about it, looking back on my 1 year of solid writing I have developed a method to my creating. Hopefully, this proves useful and whether you are a veteran writer or just getting started, there could be something in here for you. Let’s dive in and take a look at writing a technical blog article.