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Current Interests December 2020

I thought it would be fun to document what I find in tech that currently interests me. This way, I can look back and see the trajectory of my interests. I will break these into two categories, personal and professional. Personal interests may not have any bearing direct bearing on my career, while professional ones do.

Personal Interests

I will start with my personal interests since I spend more time focusing on these. These are in no particular items. This will include languages, frameworks, and open source projects I would like to contribute.

  • Rust
  • QML/Qt Quick
  • KDE
  • Plasma Mobile

It’s hard to stay focused on these, yet fun to dabble in all of these.

Professional Interests

Professionally, my interests are a little more focused on where I see my current job opportunities. I started out as a dev, then DevOps, moved into management, then to an architect, back to doing cloud engineering/site reliability engineering. This will more than likely be reflected in those interests.

  • Go
  • Kubernetes
  • Linux
  • HashiCorp Nomad

It’s hard to be a user of HashiCorp products like Terraform and Packer or an interest in cloud-native tech without knowing a little Go. Actually, everything on this list is Go related except Linux. More and more tools in Linux are being written in Go too, so there is that.

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