Recently inspired by an essay to learn in public, I go over a few of the ways I plan to do that.
Starting a new job soon and have my brand new 13" MacBook Pro sent to me. Decided to document how I'm setting it up before the gig starts.
Crazy week of miscellaneous sums up my job pretty well.
What I feel are key pieces of setting up a continuous learning environment in your company. Some obvious, some not.
Inspired by a tweet from another person, I wanted to talk about chasing features that are shiny, and ignoring things that aren't "features" (even though they are).
My brief thoughts on Amazon Sidewalk and why I'm ditching Alexa hardware
My response to someone about how they feel like they're doing DevOps wrong at their company. And asking why is a DevOps team frowned upon.
I needed to have most users move to a different AD/LDAP server but leave a few behind on local logins. The instructions from GitHub support had issues I had to figure out on my own.
I responded to someone on LinkedIn shaming people for using "I don't have time" as an excuse and praising Elon Musk's overworking habits. Wanted to capture my response here as well.
My first open rack for the homelab and the initial equipment I've put in it.