I am very excited to be apart of such an amazing company and culture. These are some uncertain times, but I am thankful to know will continue to do what it has always done. Hear from Red Hat's new CEO, Paul Cormier, in : fortune.com/2020/04/06/red-hat

I am very excited to attend Virtual Summit 2020! Register today to catch keynotes, breakouts, and networking opportunities. redhat.com/en/summit

I have been hanging out on the edge! But not the one you may think. Monitoring all edge networks from a single location is becoming more difficult. See how you can turn systems into network sensor nodes to monitor edge networks. redhat.com/en/blog/lets-monito

put together five steps to help you get track —no matter where you are starting. Learn more about automation adoption, accountability, governance, security, and standards because these days, there is too much going on NOT to automate!

is making it easier to move your and associated infrastructure to the open , but how do you get there? I am SO glad you asked! Check out the eBook and blog post to find out more! redhat.com/en/blog/getting-ope

I finished Season 1 of over the weekend. Loved it! What can I say? Once a Trekkie, always a .

What do you do when you can't leave home to talk about
@redhat ? You set up your broadcasting gear and get ready to record some content!

I can remember buying my first handheld device, a Palm Pilot, when I was a senior in high school! Now, looking at the sitting on my desk, how things have changed since I played Hearts in my chemistry class. redhat.com/en/command-line-her

What have I been doing in my ? Learning all the things and playing Ludeon Studio's ! Its a very addicting base building sim.

Over the years, I have really enjoyed the ability to work from home. There are of course pluses and minuses. This article from OpenSource.com though highlights several of my favorite projects like and @joplinapp ! opensource.com/article/20/3/op

Never has technology been more accessible, affordable, or prolific. The community is banding together like they never have before to help bring about change. So, if you can code, code. If you can admin, admin. If you can give, give. If you can pray, pray. callforcode.org/

If you're like me and don't have time to search 12 different news sites for the top and news, this week's from is a great option! Check out the blog post. redhat.com/en/blog/friday-five

Same great event, new location. 2020 Virtual Experience is bringing experts, insights, and innovations directly to you—for free. Join us from your couch, that's my plan. Register now to join us on April 28-29. redhat.com/en/summit

Time to transition from sysadmin to DevOps? It will have a cost in time and effort but will be worth it. Your benefits will include new skills, advanced tools, and fresh perspective. redhat.com/sysadmin/sysadmin-d

Server, Desktop, and IoT oh my! Beta availability of @fedora 32 is here. The latest version of the Fedora OS includes updates and enhancements to all Fedora editions. redhat.com/en/blog/fedora-32-b

can be daunting at first, but after several years of working from home, this article on @OpenSourceOrg 's blog pretty well sums up my keys to ongoing success (while keeping my sanity)...mostly! opensource.com/article/20/3/re

Summit 2020 is going to be a virtual experience! While this is a bummer for everyone planning to attend, the good news is that all that content will now be available for free! redhat.com/en/blog/moving-red-

Getting started as a , I was admittedly too cheap to make this investment. Looking back, no one does training better than ! If you are a seasoned vet or just getting started, a Learning Subscription will make all the difference.

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