One of the things I really appreciate about this community is the varied levels of the content and discussions that take place.
We have community members across all stages of their careers who are sharing articles and guides for readers at all levels. It makes for a thrilling blend of content that informs and inspires!
Thank you to everyone who shares their insights and high-level ideas, or takes the time to write up tutorials and overviews of concepts that they found useful when they were starting out.
I want to give a special thanks to the people asking questions and those taking the time to answer them:
A welcoming community for DevOps practitioners of all levels needs us to ask the questions we don't yet know the answers to - and to explain how we learned to answer the ones we do.
👉 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!
On 24 January 24 at 10AM PST, the Blink team will be presenting a webinar on CloudOps and Cybersecurity Predictions for 2023 with @haviv and special guest Sarbjeet Johal.
This week has eased us into the new year with plenty of beginner-friendly content:
- @jatin published a beginner's guide to build tools,
- and @priyanshisharma shared a DevOps career roadmap,
- while @techielass put together this intro to Terraform 😎
- Meanwhile @techwatching is conspiring with @eriklz to persuade us to create a Pulumi badge with yet more Pulumi content, this time in tandem with Azure - let me know what you think about the Pulumi badge below 😉
- speaking of Erik, we started a fun discussion about the origins of industry reports on this latest Tidy Cloud bulletin and would love to hear your thoughts! 🤔
- @lnxchk followed up this post on service objects with a follow-on on splitting escalation policies. Mandi and the PD team are also back on the road, so follow their brand page to get updates on where they'll be heading next! ✈
- The New Relic team reminded us about an upcoming update to their TLS requirements for all inbound connections and introduced us to their partner, Hack the Hood.
👉 Let me and the community know by commenting below. I'll be checking back with you next week to see how it went!