This blog has been neglected for a bit, and I think I should bring it back in some form. In general, I’ve kinda laid low since the beginning of July, when we went through some huge restructuring changes at work and I haven’t had the energy to process them in written form. Instead I’ve been just trying to process them as they came, by myself and with my team. It’s been a lot, but I feel like I can at least post some updates now.
I now work from home. Which is to say, I see a lot more of my dog Iggy now. She’s nuzzled up against me right now, alternating between snoring loudly and trying to get some pets in. The biggest changes to my lifestyle center around broadcasting my work actions more (lunch, logging on and off, reaching out for help) and making sure I don’t go stir crazy being inside all the time. Iggy helps with this too.
I want to do more technical writing in the near future. Advent of Code is around the corner and I need to prep some CI/CD examples for different languages for the group I mentor. I also want to do more work on ceruleanlabs.com and that includes setting up Concourse so team members can manage their own deploys without me. Honestly, I guess I’m doing a lot of DevOps these days.
This blog is interesting in that it contains samples of my writing for over a decade of my life — without that context, it’s really scary to release out into the wild. But if I do it right, then I shouldn’t be too worried — it shows an individual growing over time and continuous learning. After all, that’s all I can really hope for myself. Right now, this blog only shows entries since May 12th. But the archives are there (I should add them to source control) and I still plan to republish them at some point. It is just not a top priority given all the other things I want to accomplish, and I don’t want to cut any corners to complete the archives import because it needs to be done correctly.
Anyhoo, that’s it for now. Expect more posts in the near future. ^_^