I've begun moving some of my privately stored index into Wordpress for
public benefit. While there is certainly a lot more out there, this is not
meant to be exhaustive so much as pointing out the resources that I've
found to be of particularly noteworthy value for my own path. Please feel
free to add this to the Meetup group's site if you find it to be of any
On Wed, 6 Feb[masked]:17:01 -0500, Mark Mzyk <[address removed]> wrote:
> To continue making the group as useful as possible for everyone, I've
> added a few pages to the meetup site. If you go to the Triangle DevOps
> meetup site and click the Pages tab, you can find these links.
> The first page is a list of DevOps books
> <http://www.meetup...;. It's not
> comprehensive and I'm sure I've forgotten something, but it should prove
> to be a good starting place. Feel free to provide suggestions for more.
> The second is a page of DevOps people
> <http://www.meetup...;. It links
> to two Twitter lists I created. One is for DevOps people who are
> recognized nationally or worldwide. The second is for DevOps people
> recognized locally. I'm sure I've forgotten people off of both lists.
> Send me a note suggesting anyone I've forgotten.
> I've mentioned this before, but there is also a page that links to the
> LinkedIn group
> <http://www.meetup...;. Thanks
> goes to Magnus for starting this.
> If you go to triangledevops.com <http://www.triang...; that
> will now redirect you to the meetup site. That's a bit easier to
> remember than the meetup site url. In the future I might put some
> different content there that the meetup site isn't a good fit for, but
> this works for now.
> Let me know if this kind of stuff is helpful. I have ideas for more
> things like this and will get to them as I have time.
> - Mark Mzyk