If you've ever had any doubts about sharing your knowledge with this community or any other, @eyalestrin has something to say to you!
As a community mod, this post on why you should share your knowledge is one of my favorite posts of the year so far, because of all the reasons Eyal lists: I believe it to be true, that sharing your knowledge is an act of giving and receiving without ever having to take anything from anyone else.
Join our incredible community members listed below and try it for yourself - you may even end up in next week's community check-in post!
A warm welcome 👋 to all our new members!
@bernardo joined us this week and immediately made the Ops Community feel like their home-away-from-home with a trio of posts! Welcome, Luiz, and thank you for making your presence felt with your contributions - if you haven't already met @eyalestrin I think you're going to get along!
👉 If you're new here and would like some suggestions for people to follow who share your interests, we welcome you to share a bit about what you're working on and what you're like to learn and share! Drop your intro in our Welcome post here
Luiz wasn't the only person delivering three posts this week. In fact, we had three people with three posts (hold on while I go buy a lottery ticket 🍀):
- @oleonardorodrigues was on a posting roll this week with not one, not two, but three posts! 💪
- @argonaut also delivered a trinity of posts with two primers: one on GitOps and the other on secret management, with a more detailed guide to managing Kubernetes Secrets with Hashicorp Vault 🤫
Meanwhile, away from the three-of-threes, it was business as usual:
- @techielass kept the #azure content rolling with this summary explainer on Azure savings plans for compute, 💸
- @danielepolencic guided us through shutting down pods in Kubernetes - I love the use of "gracefully" in tech, don't you? 💃
- @devinterrupted talked with Steve Pereira about value stream management in DevOps
If you're planning to leave the house in 2023, then you'd better start signing up for some of these free events:
- This week, @alvaradodaniel3 dropped New Relic's blog summary for January and there are some gems to check out in there, but if you want to hear from the New Relic team in person then opportunities are coming soon! Tomorrow, Tuesday 21 February at 5:30 PM ET, the team will be running a workshop in at the New Relic HQ in ATL. If you'd like to learn how to create an app with React Native and meet some devs in your neighborhood, you can sign up here. If Atlanta's a little too far north for you, O11y Day: Miami is taking place on Thursday 23 February - and if that's still too far north then maybe FutureStack São Paulo is closer to home on Wednesday 8 March. Is West the best for you? Then join FutureStack San Francisco on Wednesday 15 March.
- For those of y'all who are nowhere near any of those stunning locations I just listed, the PagerDuty Community Team have got you covered with their virtual meetup: the Quarterly Terraform Roundtable. Join @lnxchk and the team to talk all things #PagerDuty and #Terraform! Date and time is Tuesday, February 21 at 10am PST, 1pm EST, 6pm UTC. Sign ups and all the info can be found here✨
What are you planning for the week ahead?
Did anyone else feel like last week somehow crept by in a weird way? I've spoken to a couple of people who had a similar experience as me: I felt like I was working at a good pace on things and making progress on my to-do list, but all of a sudden it was Friday and I wasn't finished!
👉 Let me know in the comments below:
- Did the weekend take you by surprise?
- Or you were fully ready for it with task list completed?
- What is on next week's task list?
- If you're planning to join New Relic or PagerDuty at one of the events above, which one do you have in mind?
Top comments (4)
@patrick_londa how goes the update?
@ellativity Like good bbq, it's taking a while... but it'll be worth it. Hoping it'll be live later today (fingers crossed)
Looking clean! Congrats on a job well done! 🥳