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Roadmap review and retrospective 2022: Business Operations

The Roadmap Managing Goals Certification Reading Writing Community Open-source Training The Review The year 2022 started with a new challenge – managing business operations (BizOps). My mission was to support all the necessary operations to develop the company’s business. To achieve that missing I needed to align activities and information between areas like finance, marketing, sales, people, and of course engineering. Despite liking working at the business level, I missed engineering. So, in September I decided to change company –

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Roadmap review and retrospective 2021: Managing Operations

The Roadmap Programming Language(s) Certification Reading Writing Community R&D The Review With the Operations team growing and the business also growing, 2021 was dedicated to managing and scaling operations in order to support the company’s quick growth. I’m quite good at managing work, managing people was a new challenge. Managing people is hard, but when you start to get the hang of it is very rewarding. Programming Language(s) I continued using and improving Python. I wasn’t able to dedicate some

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Roadmap review and retrospective 2020: MLOps

The Roadmap Architecture MLOps Python Cloud Providers Kubernetes Monitoring DevOpsDays Portugal 2020 edition Reading Blog The Review New year in a new company with a lot of new things to learn. The main topic is Machine Learning since it’s the core discipline of Deeper Insights, my new company. Architecture I improved my knowledge of systems architecting since this year’s work included: MLOps In order to do a good job as an Operations Engineer, it was important to acquire knowledge about

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The art of roadmap

I enjoy planning because when planning anything seems possible.On the other side, I don’t like plans because they represent the clash between our expectations and reality. To be precise, what I really don’t like is plan adherence, especially when used as success measure. Plans are nothing; planning is everything. Dwight D. Eisenhower When I joined Deeper Insights the first step was to learn the way of work and the way of managing work, we can call it company culture. After

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Roadmap review and retrospective 2018: Azure Power

2018: Azure Power Azure Resources Monitoring PowerShell Build functions and modules Testing Infrastructure (Pester) Database (tSQLt) Docker Add containers to the deployment pipeline Open Source Create a open source project: OctoDeployPower (Octopus Deploy + PowerShell in order to get a pipeline was code) I started 2018 with a new work achievement by writing an article for InfoQ: Why and How Database Changes Should Be Included in the Deployment Pipeline. The article’s title couldn’t be more explicit regarding the article’s content.

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DevOpsDays Copenhagen April 24th 2018, Deployment pipeline for databases

DevOpsDays Copenhagen was my first DevOpsDays event and it was my first time in Copenhagen. I really enjoyed Copenhagen, it doesn’t feel like a big city. It’s very organized, cozy and everybody is very friendly. The all logistic for me was very simple:  5 minutes by train from airport to city center, 5 minutes walking from the train station to the hotel, 15 minutes walking from hotel to conference venue. The mornings were rainy and at the afternoons the sun

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