I started the DevOps’ish newsletter in 2016 with hopes of lowerering the barrier to entry into the DevOps and Cloud Native world while keeping seasoned professionals informed on the latest news, tools, and trends. Every now and then I hear from readers who have turned into fans. It’s a great motivator for what can be a thankless job at times. Here are some of their remarks, because sometimes it’s important to toot your own horn.
“Self-promotion is a leadership and political skill that is critical to master in order to navigate the realities of the workplace and position you for success.” ― Bonnie Marcus
“If you want to get the lowdown on all things DevOps, you could do a lot worse than Chris Short. He boasts outstanding credentials – he’s a CNCF ambassador, has experience with Red Hat and Ansible – but more importantly is the quality of his insights.
A great place to begin is with DevOps’ish, a newsletter Short produces, which features some really valuable discussions on the biggest issues and talking points in the field.”
Source: 18 people in tech every programmer and software engineer needs to follow in 2019 by Richard Gall for Packt
Special thanks to CNCF TOC member and Weaveworks CEO, Alexis Richardson for the suggestion of Praise for the title of this page.
Also, thanks to Ginny Hamilton for suggesting I state the why behind this page.
Finally, thank you subscribers, friends, fans for making this project the thing that it is today.
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