The secret relationship between content and DevOps

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I’ve had the opportunity to be a guest on the Adventures in DevOps podcast twice now. Both times got me thinking about the importance of people and, in turn, the hidden role of content in DevOps. There’s far more than technical documentation in the relationship between content and DevOps.

Let’s take a look:

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More fun with Gmail add-ons

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I use Google Workspace to run my email and use Google Docs often for personal projects and to write my contributions for Opensource.com.

Every so often, I go back to take a spin through the Google Workspace Marketplace to see the latest and greatest add-ons available. Google has taken some positive steps when Google Workspace was still called Google Apps to offer add-ons that enable simple code-free integrations between their applications such as Gmail and third-party SaaS applications.

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7 tips for creating content under pandemic stress

Creating content – writing in particular – can be a very solitary pursuit. Even so, the isolation of the pandemic adds an additional layer of stress and anxiety because of personal and professional pressures that the creator, reviewers, and designers might be under.

Here are some tips to help if you’re feeling a bit more strain creating content during the pandemic:

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