GitLab HeroweCanTalkAbout([🐧, 🐳, 🦊, …])More about me here !
- Work in progess
- Good news: I am working on a DevOps Course 🎉🎉
- Good English (or not)
- Problem Solving
Learn Operating Systems (especially Linux)
- Best way to learn Linux is to use Linux
- At first you only need to know you way in and out.
- Get a bit of administration skills.
- Always learn by doing (TASK based learning).
Learn about Git
- Git 101: Working from home
- git init
- git add
- git commit
- git log/show
- Git 102: Working remote
Script as much as you can
- RegEx 101
- Unix Filters (Grep, cut, sed, awk …)
- Shell scripts
- OSI and TCP/IP
- Dive into protocols (IP, TCP, HTTP, TLS …)
- Wireshark things
- Linux network stack (iproute2)
- Get some Storage theory
- OS level: Linux storage stack (file systems, volume management …)
- Software defined storage (Network storage).
- Get you feet wet with VirtualBox or virt-manager
- Try vagrant (if you want to)
- Go deeper with KVM, Xen or VMware ESXi.
- Virtual compute, storage, networking…
- Learn about firewalls.
- Web security (OWASP top 10)
- Participate in CTFs
- Install docker or podman and have fun with it.
- Create your own dockerfiles
- Learn docker compose
- Learn OCI
- Learn Kubernetes
- Install Kubernetes
- CKAD and/or CKA
- Pick a project!
- Pick a tool!
- Create a CI/CD pipeline for the project using the tool.
- Cloud is most underrated (and overrated) tool we have today.
- Two steps
- Define your needs
- Choose your stack
- Automate using IAC (Terraform, Pulumi, CDKs …)
- Road to Architecture.
- Software engineering
- Acceptance tests
- Monitoting and Logging (Observability)
- Break things and try to fix them.
- Patience is key.
- Document you journey.
- Delegate work.
- Delegate learning.
- Adopt Security from the beginning.
- Everything as code.
Let’s be friends! 🤗