I just spent countless hours generating high resolution JPEGs for the Periodic Table of DevOps and the DevOps Tool Chest, and of course the second I stop doing this super labor intensive work one of my old coworkers sends me this. Clearbit has an API that will allow you to easily pass a url to […]
One of the annoying things you have to do when you create websites is come up with a favicon (because the client always asks for it, and you should always do it anyways). This tool give you not only the favicon, but also a host of other icons that you should be generating for apple, […]
The Ultimate DevOps Tool Chest was a derivative work of the Periodic Table of DevOps. In the process of gathering all of the info for the Periodic Table of DevOps I had to categorize, and arrange all of the tools into discreet groups, gather their images, and a hundred other things. I started putting this […]
This past month I did something drastic to my blog. I removed almost everything from my post template except for the title and the content of the post. I was inspired by Evernote’s Clearly App, and how delightful it was to read content when using it. As a result I: Took away my menu Turned my “related […]
The DevOps landscape is quite expansive. The depth and breadth of tooling available to us as companies is baffling…. All of this is compounded by the fact that many tools overlap in their capabilities and are perpetually shrinking or expanding their offerings on a daily basis.
Something I’ve seen a lot of organizations struggling with is keeping their blog, website, and other web properties in “sync”, or at least being able to use content from the all of them in one place. For example, often times a company will want to pull their related “blog” content on their main website, or […]