Norio's Neural Evolution #1
Can you believe it's already been a month into 2024? Time seems to be racing, and I'm thrilled to share the exciting developments that have marked the beginning of this year. The most significant change for me has been stepping into the role of Developer Advocate at SigLens.
In this short span, I've started delving into the observability space, absorbing new insights and honing my skills. I had the incredible opportunity to staff a booth at AWS Community Days Ahmedabad, a memorable experience that broadened my network and enriched my understanding of the tech community.
After months of contemplation and procrastination last year, I'm excited to announce the launch of my very own YouTube channel! Fueled by my passion for Linux systems, the channel kicks off with captivating content on everything Linux. As many of you are aware, my love for navigating the intricacies of Linux runs deep.
In the coming weeks, get ready for an immersive journey as I delve into exciting realms such as virtualization, Kubernetes, and a plethora of other cutting-edge technologies. The channel is set to be a hub of insightful tutorials, hands-on demonstrations, and the occasional tech banter. Join me in this digital adventure, and let's explore the fascinating world of technology together!
Speaking of content, I've also decided to start out this monthly newsletter, where I share some of my wins and losses from the previous month. Along with that, I'm also going to be including some nice content that I find throughout the month, and will also be listing out a couple of CFPs that are open for submissions. Occasionally, I'll be listing out some good opportunities as well that I can find. These will be useful to you whether you're a student or a working professional.
Over the next month, I've got two awesome blogs in the pipeline. I'm hoping to have at least one released by the 2nd week of February and ensure that its content and quality are top-notch.
The NorioHub community has evolved into a vibrant hub, fostering a warm and welcoming atmosphere. While our official community calls are a weekly highlight, the camaraderie extends far beyond, with members gathering in voice channels almost daily. It's a cosy, close-knit space where tech enthusiasts converge.
If you're seeking a community of like-minded individuals who are passionate about technology, consider this your invitation to join us. Our community is not just a group—it's a dynamic collective of tech enthusiasts sharing ideas, insights, and good vibes. Come be a part of the NorioHub, where the conversation never stops, and camaraderie is a daily affair!
That's all for the personal updates. Now here's the stuff that you've been waiting for; the good and great content from the community:
The Information Hub
7 Steps to Building Your Zero Trust Security Strategy - David Guest
An introduction to Linux, and how to use it - Your's truly
A beginner guide to understanding OpenTelemetry - Tejo Prayaga
Intel has a new lineup called Intel Core Ultra, which seems to rival Apple's M1 Chips - Blog from The Verge
Talos Linux on vSphere - Micheal Cade
CFPs Open Right Now
KubeHuddle Toronto 2024 - 9th Feb
BlaBlaConf 2024 - 24th Feb
Cloud Native StartupFest 2024 - 7th Feb
Conf42: Cloud Native - 19th Feb
DevOps Conference Melbourne - 1st March
Atlanta Cloud Conference 2024 - 11th Feb
GitOpsCon NA 2024 - 4th Feb
KCD New York - 11th Feb
KCD Texas - 8th Feb
DevOpsDays Montreal 2024 - 4th Feb
These newsletters are going to be a monthly effort, and I'm going to be writing about things I learned, ways that I've grown in the past month, and some cool tech that I find.
If there's something that you liked or didn't like about the newsletter do let me know. Also, let me know if there's something that you want me to include within these newsletters.
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