Awesome Conferences

November's nycdevops meetup speaker is John Allspaw, who will give a talk titled "Findings From the Field: 2 Years of Learning From Incidents".

The talk starts at 5pm sharp! (NY is in US/Eastern)

Please RSVP! See you there!

https://www.meetup.com/nycdevops/events/273826675/

(This is a virtual meetup. Everyone in the world is invited!)

Posted by Tom Limoncelli in NYCDevOps Meetup

This month's nycdevops meetup speaker is Nathen Harvey of Google, who will give a talk titled "Introduction to Site Reliability Engineering".

The talk starts at 5pm sharp! (NY is in US/Eastern)

Please RSVP! See you there!

https://www.meetup.com/nycdevops/events/272956481/

(This is a virtual meetup. Everyone around the world is invited!)

Posted by Tom Limoncelli in NYCDevOps Meetup

Come one, come all! nycdevops does its first virtual meetup! All are invited!

Hope to see you there!

Posted by Tom Limoncelli in NYCDevOps Meetup

My coworker Josh Duffney launches his self-published book on Ansible today!

Congrats and I wish great success!

Crawl, walk, run, sprint your way through learning Ansible with "Become Ansible"! Visit his website becomeansible.com

Posted by Tom Limoncelli

Can you put me in contact with the "tech team" of a political campaign?

I am offering my "time management for sysadmins" training pro-bono to any Dem or anti-Trump digital team, sysadmins, devops team, SRE, etc. Contact me via LinkedIn, DM me on Twitter or email me if you know my email address.

Posted by Tom Limoncelli in Time Management

We're hiring!

Come join my team at Stack Overflow, Inc. and help maintain one of the most visited websites on the internet!

Apply at the links!

Posted by Tom Limoncelli in Stack Exchange, Inc.

DevOpsDays is about 2 weeks away! Commencing on Tuesday, March 3 and lasting for 2 days, this is the best NYC-area DevOps conference you can attend. The speaker lineup is very impressive (if I say so myself :-) ).

The best part about attending a local conference is that your boss only has to approve the ticket price (no hotel or flights, eh?).

Looking forward to seeing you there!

P.S. I'm speaking on the last day. It will be all new material that I haven't presented before. Please check it out!

Posted by Tom Limoncelli in DevOpsDays

DevOpsdays NYC is happening March 3-4, 2020. The Call For Participation (CFP) is now open!

If you have any ideas that you want to share with the local community please submit your talks using the link below:

https://www.papercall.io/dodnyc2020

Posted by Tom Limoncelli in DevOpsDaysNYC

Irina Tishelman from Sonatype will present a talk "Automate or Die - DevSecOps in the Age of Software Supply Chain Attacks" at the November 14, 2019 nycdevops meetup.

The meetup meets at the Stack Overflow office in NYC.

https://www.meetup.com/nycdevops/events/265281451/

You don't want to miss this one!

Demo Data as Code

My newest article for acmQueue magazine is called Demo Data as Code: https://queue.acm.org/detail.cfm?id=3355565

Posted by Tom Limoncelli in ACM Queue Column

 
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