My new ACM Queue column: Operations and Life


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I have 2 big announcements!

Announcement 1: After a 2-year break, my column in ACM Queue magazine returns!

For many years I wrote a column in ACM Queue Magazine. It was called “Everything Sysadmin” and covered devops, IT, and basically anything I felt like. I stopped writing in 2020 due to the pandemic and a general lack of motivation. My last column was published Nov 2020.

Two years later I felt like I had rebuilt my queue (no pun intended) of ideas to write about.

The new column is called “Operations and Life”. I’m going to write about the intersection of devops and personal life. I believe that most techniques we use at work can apply in our personal life and vice-versa.

These columns will be shorter and more to the point. While my old column would often be 10 or more pages long, my goal now is to keep things to about 2000-3000 words. This will make them easier to read and digest. This format is more web-friendly.

Announcement 2: My first column is out!

The first article in this new format is out!

“Split Your Overwhelmed Teams” was published this week.

Check it out!




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