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Any laid back devops listservs/channels/boards/subreddits?

submission by MsOedipaMaas in devops

2 years, 11 months ago

I'm looking for a relaxed place to chat about DevOps or even just have a community where I don't feel afraid to ask questions or even post the more trite things that a community might find passably interesting. I am a member of a few Meetup listservs that match this, but they are all oddly PHP lists. I'm looking for something where I can relax a bit more with fellow DevOps peeps while continuing to learn and shooting the shit. I like this subreddit, but the subjects are still fairly "on point", which is great! Is there a more relaxed cocktail lounge for the likes of us somewheres?

What lie is on your resume?

comment by farmingdale in AskReddit

2 years, 11 months ago

depends. Some people get to the point where they are planning out major networks serving 10s of millions of people, or building computer clusters, or devops.

At that point its a bit more complicated than just googling the problem.

'No Californians' stickers being slapped on For Sale signs in Portland

comment by gorgeouslyhumble in nottheonion

2 years, 11 months ago

Really? There seemed to be a high demand for systems/devops engineers. The recruiters I talked to were pitching some really decent salaries.

What is Devops?

submission by thechillhacker in devops

2 years, 11 months ago

What should I do to get my software/prototype out there?

submission by dubert in startups

2 years, 11 months ago

Hey all, I'm an Infrastructure/DevOps Engineer and over the past year I've been working on a set of software that helps automate a bunch of problems that Infrastructure/DevOps/Systems Engineers deal with.

The product isn't in an MVP state yet, but it is a functional prototype. I have no idea what to do here, I've contacted a couple of local accelerators (they were cold emails) but never heard a response - I'm assuming they get a ton of those cold emails.

I've investigated the market for potential competitors and market share, and I feel like there's an opportunity to make a pretty swift and large impact. I'm happy to go into more detail about whatever I have, I'm just not sure about the sub rules for that.

Any advice would be awesome!

Dear Dota 2 developers/people who are familiar with development process of the game, what bugs had the most interesting technical background?

submission by nshelekhov in DotA2

2 years, 11 months ago

Also what interesting technical stories can you recall? Some devops dota2-related humor maybe? If you can't tell us because of NDA or whatever, I guess stories from the mod developers will count too!

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