Arrested DevOps is the podcast that helps you achieve understanding, develop good practices, and operate your team and organization for maximum DevOps awesomeness.
Seasons of Community With Katy Farmer
Does tech ask more from its community than other industries? What does it mean to be part of a community and what is expected of us?
All Things Docker
Bridget chats with Justin Cormack and Donnie Berkholz of Docker.
Learning to Learn and Learning to Teach With Shelby Spees
Learning, as well as teaching, are both skills. Skills that we can develop with intentionality and practice. Shelby Spees, a Developer Advocate at Honeycomb, shares her insight into this topic.
The Six Plots of Tech Twitter
Sources differ on where this started, but Kurt Vonnegut posited that there are basically six story types. Matt wondered if there was similarly only six stories that are told on tech Twitter. Guests Sasha Rosenbaum, Kat Cosgrove, Quintessence Anx, Aaron Aldrich, and Jeremy Meiss dig into this as well as discuss the ups and downs of tech Twitter culture.
Doing Releases Right With Scott Hain
Releasing software is more that just having a clever pipeline. Scott Hain (Hashicorp) digs into some of the practical considerations of improving your release engineering process.
2020 Year-End Wrap-Up
It's that time of year again! Matty, Trevor, Bridget, Jessica, Jeff, and Joe wrap up the year with a discussion of favorite episodes, the Year That Was, and a deep dive into 90s-era sci-fi.
You don't know what you're missing!
I have a strange place in this world. I'm not in the tech sector - but I want to move there. I am a nurse. I will admit I've been around as long as technology (not really, but I was born in the early 70s). I've seen some sh!$, and I was taught years ago (before the advent of windows) to disassemble and reassemble hardware. I know about tape drives and rooms with climate control. I have progressed with technology and I genuinely believe that what happens in tech innovation also happens in other parts of the world. This does not stop me from being a nurse - but I recongize there is a world bigger than me out there. Arrested DevOps has helped me really embrace these things in ways I never expected. For instance, I could tell Max Stratton that I'm a SysAdmin at heart. He'd probably say Bull Sh!t, but in the best possible way! I started listening to episodes from #1, but about 2 years in, I fast forwarded to present and started to work my way back. I look at the early episodes as "historical documents" and they are invaluable. I am looking to move into some sort of tech sphere (I have a Masters of Nursing in Informatics, though I have only worked directly with patients). For me, the information expands how I currently view the world (as one where siloes need to be removed) and where practice meets theory. Whether you are in healthcare or strictly IT - this podcast is gold.
I spose the one good thing about listening to this podcast is that you don’t have to go to first week of sxsw to meet incompetent tech workers, you can just listen to them here.
Best podcast for devops conference organizers
Are you a devops conference organizer? Or a devops podcast producer? Than this is the podcast for you! Great discussions like:
* Stuff about being a devops conference organizer
* Stuff about devops conference speaking and logistics
* Stuff about devops pocast producing
* Stuff about being a devops conference speaker
* And much, much more!