There are so many technology companies today! In fact, you might say every company is now some kind of tech company given how much they rely on technology to function. So when I looked up one day this summer and realized I had been with the same organization for 7 years I wanted to take a deeper look into “why”. Why in this highly marketable industry would someone stay with one organization for 7 years?!
Onyx Point, Inc. is a company invested in its community. The company founders have long since been involved with various organizations on a personal level and encourage all of their employees to also be active within their own communities
Jessica Sauers, a Program Manager for Onyx Point, Inc., is not only a kitten foster for the Baltimore Humane Society, but she is also an advocate and volunteer for the House of Ruth Maryland.
This post is the first in a three-part series on Puppet module development using the Puppet Development Kit (PDK), adapted from a presentation for the St. Louis Puppet Users Group.
Nick Miller has been a Linux enthusiast since high school. His day job focuses on Puppet, so he is new to Kubernetes and Ansible.
Kubernetes is what everyone is talking about these days, and what’s the cheapest way to get a physical Kubernetes cluster sitting on your desk? A cluster made of Raspberry Pis! After a total cost of around $350 and too many hours to count, I have a reasonably stable and tiny learning platform.