If you follow me on Twitter, you know I spent the first half of the week in Raleigh attending All Things Open and hanging out with my opensource.com family. All Things Open is one of my most looked forward to conferences of the year. I had already committed to attending before I moved to Detroit and I’m so glad I was able to go. One of the coolest things I did while there was announcing a new Opensource.com DevOps Team with Jason Hibbets on the main stage after my lightning talk. Join us on this journey! It’s going to be awesome!
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‘Build a team that doesn’t need you’ and other counterintuitive strategies to succeed as a manager: This speaks to my monologue in DevOps’ish 045.
k4m4/movies-for-hackers: A curated list of movies every hacker & cyberpunk must watch. 🎬 🎥 🍿
20 Years of “Halloween” — Celebrating the first release of Red Hat Linux (Video): I got to spend a day at Red Hat Tower in Downtown Raleigh, NC and I have to admit, I’m sad I never got the chance to work there.
Thanks and googbye: Francesc Campoy is leaving Google 😢
Manipulating Maintainers: How to get members of any open source community to be interested in helping you.
A community-powered approach to diversity and inclusion: “We took an open approach to publishing our company’s diversity statistics. Here’s what we learned.”
Intent To Deprecate And Remove: Public Key Pinning (That didn’t last long…)
How to keep your container secrets secure by Liz Rice
7 More Habits for Scalable Jenkins Administrators by Kristin Whetstone
What’s your DevOps problem? Announcing Dear DevOps and a focus on the intersection of open source and the DevOps community
Clear Linux Project for Intel Architecture: When Jess Fraz and Brian Ketelsen swoon over a container OS I tend to pay attention.
IBM scientists say radical new ‘in-memory’ computing architecture will speed up computers by 200 times: And the cloud goes wild!
Paw: A full-featured visual HTTP client
Fun with kubectl aliases: Because what can’t you do with 600 kubectl aliases?
GCP products described in 4 words or less: Try doing that with AWS!
Node v8.8.0 released
The Behavior Of Channels by William Kennedy
Awesome Go: A curated list of awesome Go frameworks, libraries and software.
Angristan/OpenVPN-install: Improved OpenVPN installer for Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS and Arch Linux
Gogs and Gitea: Gitea is a fork of Gogs, and it’s very difficult to say which is better.
lundman/ZFSin: Something about ZFS and Windows… Heresy for sure.
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I'm Chris Short, 20+ veteran of the IT industry and 11 year veteran of the US Air Force. I help people and companies embrace DevOps practices and tools through writing and public speaking. I am a staunch advocate for transparency and open source solutions to problems. Follow me on Twitter and LinkedIn.