This site is about living and working in Silicon Valley. We’ll be covering DevSecOps, Automation with Ansible, Windows, Linux and Unix System Admin topics, to include fixes and explanations. Various tech topics, local travel and events, local food, and interesting things to do in the ‘Silicon Cali’ area. And of course sometimes you have to get out of the Silicon Valley rat race and go out of town. Sometimes that travel will be posted here.
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