#6 DevOps Diary: Recap of My First KubeCon

Hey everyone, I hope you have/are having a lovely day and Welcome to week 6 🥳

I just attended my first KubeCon! Since it was KubeCon North America, I only managed to attend half of the talks but got to hear some great content + connect with some awesome people, and can’t wait until they post the content online.

This week focuses on some of the content that the community has shared throughout KubeCon.

Videos 🎥

  • Codefresh hosted a hallway track at the end of every conference day — check-it out, you get the gist of the main takeaways and the input from the speakers

Blog Posts 🗞️

News 📢

If you want to get started with GitOps, check-out these two summaries: One and two and more content from my previous newsletter.

Communities 👥

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Tip of the Week 💡

The main takeaway (and I rephrase here) by Ian Coldwater was: Everything they do isn’t magic (even though it might seem that way) but instead years of practice — everyone can do it, you just have to practice. So keep practicing!

Sticky-Content 📌

  • We just kicked off our DevOps learning group with the first presentation happening next week. if you would like to join, please either message me on Telegram (@URLICHSANAIS) or on Twitter. I would love to hear from you 🙂

Events 🌍

Tweet of the Week 🐦

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