You wouldn't build a high performing application without some kind of a plan, so why operate your career that way? Many organizations provide some career development support, but what about the rest of us? I'll share my approach and some of my insights into climbing the job ladder in the Twin Cities tech scene. Topics include skills, roles, recruiters, tracks, job hopping, and compensation. 😲 This discussion is useful for job seekers and hiring managers alike. Questions encouraged.
SysAdmin turned Web Developer turned Principal DevOps Engineer
Levi has spend the last ~20 years in tech at various levels and roles, doing everything from phone support to training and mentoring, architecture and application design, requirements gathering and customer engagement, and even taking out the trash on Fridays. He brings his startup experience to the enterprise, driving for cost effective solutions that scale.