I was invited by Max Mautner to join him on his podcast, Accidental Engineer. I had a great time sharing my story of going from pastor to programmer. We also talked a bit about my podcast and where I see the future of our industry heading. I hope … Read More
My goals in no particular order are:Get Better at Prolific Creation, Worse at Prolific Consumption
This thought has been on my mind a lot lately. It’s a bit too easy to be a prolific consumer these days. Youtube, Netflix, Twitter, Facebook, Slack, Discord, tutorials (yes, learning can be thrown … Read More
As 2017 comes to an end, I find that I am compelled to write a retrospective on the year. I hope that there might be something useful, valuable, or at the very least, entertaining in these words for you.
It has taken me a few days to gather my thoughts … Read More
Back in September, I tweeted:
Friends, help me out. I'm starting a podcast called "Second Career Devs". Who are some great second career devs/engs I should interview?
— Kyle Shevlin (@kyleshevlin) September 8, 2017
I’m proud to say that I finally was able … Read More
Saturday, November 11th, marks my fourth year as a professional web developer. It’s been a crazy journey. One that has already taken me further than I could have imagined. I wanted to take a moment and write down some of my thoughts about these four years.Gratitude
The first thing … Read More
Warning: This is not a technical post. This is an introspective post that you may or may not find useful. Thought you should know.
I have been thinking a lot lately about the future of my career, asking myself many quasi-existential questions. Questions where my life does not depend on … Read More
I want to let everyone know that I am now streaming on Twitch! Not this very moment of course (or maybe, depends when you read this), but at this general period of time.
I’ve made a channel over on Twitch and a few times a week I am going to … Read More
I’m going to start this post with what will appear to be a tangent. I assure you, it’s not.
My wife, wonderful as she is, is not a very technical person. She is very caring, though, and will often listen to me talk about the technical things I am working … Read More
There are three basic parts to any DOM … Read More