CatOps Digest 2024-01-21
What was on CatOps in the last couple of weeks…
A bit more than a week left to grab a Python book bundle.
The last chance (the last day) to get an IT Management book bundle.
The UA Responders foundation collects funds for tactical medicine.
Support the snipers together with “Come Back Alive”!
Live Coding Assesment - a vide by Denys Vasyliev (in Ukrainian) about a live coding interview and preparations for it.
The Best DevOps Tools, Platforms, and Services of 2024 - a video by Viktor Farcic (in English) about technologies to check out (or continue using) in 2024.
Rethinking infrastructure as code from scratch - what we can do differently and (better?) in IaC.
Lessons Learned from Twenty Years of Site Reliability Engineering - Google shares their SRE stories from the 20 years of experience.
Conferences and stuff
I typically don’t post information about events. However, there are a couple of upcoming events in which I am invested.
I’m going to have a talk about Helm Charts testing at FW Days DevOps 2024. The is an offline track in Kyiv as well as an online one.
A window of opportunity to become a speaker at an offline DOU conference is closing! You still can fill out Call For Papers until 25.01. The only thing is that this is an offline conference, so you should be able to travel to Kyiv.
That’s all, folks! See you in a couple of weeks.
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