Sporadic writings about DevOps, InfoSec, Ops and opinions about our industry
Perfect moody background music for a lockdown of indeterminate length: folklore
At the end of the week I like to catch up on podcasts, blog post or books.
These online conferences are turning out to be one of my favorite things in 2020. So many opportunities to see talks that I would not have been able to attend in person!
At some point during quarantine I started spending an hour a day working in Python. It was some real low pressure stuff, just with the goal of getting more comfortable actually programming. After three weeks, I somehow convinced the rest of the team at Madstone to join me in a 100 Days of Code journey. I’m here to talk about: The study materials we chose. How we treated it like a project to help us get familiar with our new project management system. What our goals were and how it’s helped us grow as a company. I’ll start with a...
A few of my favorite things from this month:
If your day job is anything like mine, employees work remotely…occasionally. At this point, we’ll have to consider ourselves the lucky ones, because at least our organization has some practice with telework.
Highly recommended if you’re looking for absorbing stories with a tech angle: Darknet Diaries