#84 Molly Struve, an aerospace engineer trading in SRE

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Molly first brushed over her unusual path to dev... via aerospace engineering and options trading. Then we focused on her journey as a Ruby developer and how she slowly got into Site Reliability Engineering. After defining the term and devising on it, we slowly moved to her current job as an SRE-Lead at Dev.to. Molly finished on a high note, bringing one fantastic advice after the other, about mentoring, expectations, leadership, and much more.
Molly Struve is the Lead Site Reliability Engineer for the blogging platform dev.to. During her time working in the software industry, she has had the opportunity to work on some challenging problems, including scaling Elasticsearch, sharding MySQL databases, and creating an infrastructure that can grow as fast as a booming business. When not making systems run faster, she can be found fulfilling her need for speed by riding and jumping her show horses.
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