Month: August 2013

Triangle DevOps – unplanned talk

We were planning on having Gene Kim come out tonight to give a talk to a packed room in Durham. Unfortunately, Gene has fallen ill and we’re off to “Plan B”. I’m putting together some slides now to deliver a DevOps 101 talk. Mark Mzyk, Nathan Walls, and myself will each be delivering a talk.


Maybe this blog wasn’t a waste of time after all

I’d been neglecting this blog for a good while because it seemed to mostly be a source of comment spam, which was a drain on my time to police.

Recently, I had someone from a big recognizable powerhouse of an Open Source company approach me about an important position they were trying to fill. Apparently they had seen my blog here, and it had something to do with their interest in me. And here I only thought a small number of illumos and Tor users had been following.

There are some big changes coming in the world around me soon, and I expect I’ll be better able to write about technology and the tools I’m working with again. Stay tuned.