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#17 DevOps Diary: Kubernetes and Community Resources

Highlighting lots of events, amazing YouTube channels and great blog posts from across the space -- there is so much to learn! Let's get started!

Anais Urlichs
Anais Urlichs
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#17 DevOps Diary: Kubernetes and Community Resources

Welcome beautiful people!

I hope you all have a fabulous Sunday! This week, we have a little bit of everything. I try to include the resources I like the most from across publications, and those seem to be coming on a bi-weekly basis. If you have any suggestions on content that I should include (ALSO YOUR CONTENT), then please do let me know. I would love to hear from you!

Community 👥

TODAY is actually the last day that you can get the Early-Bird Special ticket for $10 for #KubeCon + #CloudNativeCon EU Virtual; Prices increase to $75 at midnight CEST — so be quick 😉

Book Picks Of The Week 📚

I have several books on my reading list — actually, whenever I start one, I already find 5 more that I want to read. However, this book is next on my list:

Continuous Delivery Pipelines by Dave Farley

If you are interested in CI/CD tools and DevOps in general, I highly recommend having a look.

PS. No sponsored content across my content.

Blog Posts (and other written content)🗞️


This week, I am again highlighting some amazing YouTube channels rather than specific videos

Also, I am joining Alex Ellis next week on his livestream to learn about K3s — make sure to check it out, we would love to get your questions — I definitely have several 🥳

Sticky-Content 📌

Events 📣

If you have any event recommendations, I would love to hear from you 🙂

Tweet of the Week 🐦

This week's tweet of the week is by Prof Luigina Ciolfi

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Big thank you to everyone, who supports me on a weekly basis to make this content happen 🙏🏼

If you would like to have content included, please get in touch on Twitter or my website 🙌🏼


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Heya, I'm Anais, a Developer Advocate writing about tech, in particular about DevOps and how to get started in the space. Additional topics include studies, career, and lifestyle.