#72 Seven-Day DevOps -- What is even going on!?

#72 Seven-Day DevOps -- What is even going on!?


In this week's newsletter, I am talking about what's next after Twitter, why I don't post weekly anymore and amazing tutorials and presentations from across the space on node size, monitoring, and more.

Hello beautiful people,
I hope you had a great weekend! First of all, I want to give you all a huge shout out for supporting my content at an ongoing basis – I have reached 900 signups to my newsletter 🎉

Why I don't post weekly anymore?
You might have wondered why this newsletter does not appear on a regular basis but just 'most weeks'? I want to provide valuable content – if I do not come across enough content that I believe is worth highlighting, then why should I post a newsletter? That's at least the way I currently think about it – quality over quantity.

And with this, enjoy this week's newsletter.

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Interesting content from across the space ✍🏻

This will make your next presentations pop

A while ago, I posted about the tools that will make your next presentations pop:

PS. I have just created an entire presentation through excalidraw!

My own content 🤸🏻‍♀️

I've got into YouTube Shorts 😁
You can watch them here – https://www.youtube.com/c/AnaisUrlichs/shorts

With Twitter going south, I am distributing my effort across other social channels. You can find all the links under: https://cloudnativeadvocacy.com

I am also working on the next end-to-end tutorial for my YouTube channel. In the meantime, have a look at all the KubeCon presentations that dropped throughout last week.

Tweet of the week 🤦🏻‍♀️

This week's tweet of the week is by Dagobert Renouf