Not my usual Friday Fun, but great for system administrators trying to get ahead.
And, not too bad for power users trying to figure out some of what the professional system administrators are talking about when they’re trying to talk over your head.
What I’ve got for you this week, gentle readers, are “bite-sized” system administrator screencasts. What that translates to are relatively short screencasts, usually 20 minutes or less, on professional computing topics ranging from using Ansible to implementing Docker to writing incident reports to project planning. So, pretty much, a series of short, hyper-focused courses that you can sneak in during your lunch hour at your desk. How awesome is that?
Okay, so only awesome if you’re a professional computer geek like me, but, still, if you are, it’s pretty awesome. Also? Free. So, yeah, free professional development you can squeak in on your lunch hour. All in all, not a bad deal.
But, hey, it’s Friday, so bookmark that and start your self-education program on Monday, okay?
This post originally appeared at Diary of a Network Geek.