The DevOpsDays Boston 2020 Production Post

Author's note: This turned out to be a bit longer than I anticipated going in. Hopefully these headings are useful for you to find the information or story relevant to you. Don't feel bad not reading it all, skip around and take what's useful, leave the rest of my ramblings…

Remapping

This is the second part of a currently ongoing searies in which I purchase a new keyboard and end up having to learn how to type all over again. If you missed it, part one can be found here. The short answer to all of this right now is, I'm…

Ending 2020 with a new start at Red Hat

It's December. The last month of the year and a time where we look back at the year past, the ups and downs, missteps and lucky breaks, and look forward to the year to come full of hope at it's raw potential. This past year has been particularly hard for…

Why we talk Culture with DevOps

This one's been brewing for a while and I needed to dump the ideas onto a page. I might come back and edit this, I might leave it just as stream of consciousness as it is. enjoy It's not uncommon as a DevOpsDays organizer to receive feedback that an event…

On Borrowing From Yourself

This is a repackaging of a twitter thread I posted starting with this tweet here: So if you've already read all of that, this isn't going to say anything new, but I thought it might be easier to digest and more long lived and anyway I haven't written a blog…

On Craft

What do Open Source software and Craft Beer have in common? The characteristics of the developers. Craft Software is defined by passion, innovative tradition, openness & sharing, and community involvement.…