After actively maintaining this DevOps blog for 6 months, I earn $13 per month with Google Adsense. Certainly I can’t expect to make a living from it. Still a very good incentive, helping me to hit my next milestone.
This post is to track my blog statistics and its growth. If you’re maintaining a IT blog or plan to, check it out. And make friends with me.
Exciting news! Just got recognized as Most Valuable Blogger (MVB) By DZone.com. This is a very good sign for my ultimate goal: Be a DevOps Influencer.
Like most people, I usually google, instead of reading books for technical learning. To get a deeper understanding and structured study for DevOps, I also find some extraordinary books. Worth Reading!
What’s your favorite books for DevOps. Share with us, please.
As non native English speakers, foreign IT wokrers may have problems to communicate and express their ideas clearly and convincingly. This is especially true for critical discussions and meetings.
Check out below sentence patterns and pratice them in your daily work!
DevOpsers, which personal applications do you use most frequently? Here are my favorite applications, as a DevOps professional.
Check it out. Oh, yes. Please share your preference with me!