I seem to spend so many of my waking days in Microsoft Office. When I get the chance, I like to switch it up and use another application for writing. After spending the last year using Dropbox Paper to write blog posts, I switched over to Google Docs and I’m finding out I like it.… Continue reading Writing with Google Docs
My headline says it all. I want a do-over for my start of summer 2020. It’s Memorial Day weekend. I took today off and spent the morning reading and spent some time on some personal writing projects in the afternoon that seem to always get blown off for billable work. Here’s the rest of my… Continue reading I want a do-over for the start of summer 2020
I’ve often said that one of the first casualties of my paid writing work are my personal writing projects like this blog you’re reading. Today, I added links to my recently published work over on SearchITOperations.com, SearchCloudComputing.com, and opensource.com
I finally updated the About page to this blog after way too much procrastination. On a related note, I’ve been an infrequent user of WordPress and finally dug into the current platform’s Gutenberg editor and formatting tools. I like what I see.
I split my Saturday between doing some work around the house and spending time at the computer keyboard. Saturday mornings at the gym and then getting some writing done at Caboose Commons or Panera Bread is something I still miss. It’ll be great to get back to it. Here’s how my day went: I got… Continue reading Social-isolation Saturday: Another day like any other day
All the extra time the coronavirus pandemic is affording me is pushing me to write for myself more. Between my day job and writing for TechTarget, personal writing is the first thing I push aside. I have an ever-growing list of post ideas but rarely have the time to follow through.
Since its advent, DevOps has been pitted against IT service management (ITSM) and its ITIL framework. Some say “ITIL is under siege,” some ask you to choose sides, while others frame them as complementary. What is true is that both DevOps and ITSM have fans and detractors, and each method can influence software delivery and… Continue reading How to solve the DevOps vs. ITSM culture clash | Opensource.com