Dammit, Jim - I'm a Network Engineer!
Useful Linux Networking commands; Bandwidth converter; measuring disk with fio and IOping; Meta staff are paid too much and that old Net Neutrality thing is back
This week’s edition comes with some cheat sheets, tools, opinion pieces, useful tools and a topic about Internet QoS 🌍 you might have forgotten about. Let’s dive in; ⬇️
I am not your Cloud person, I was hired to be a Network Engineer, right? Right?!
60 Linux Networking commands and scripts is invaluable CLI shortcuts to memorise to make your working life a bit easier
toolstud.io Bandwidth converter is a quick tool to calculate download times in lots of differing units, from Mbps to MB/sec to “how many days will it take”
How to Measure Disk Performance with fio and IOPing is handy for your VMware folk and Cloudy folk when they complain it’s the network
How I Became An $800K Meta Staff Engineer makes us rethink our life and career plans somewhat…
Writing an engineering strategy gives a collection of thoughts on crafting a Strategy if you find yourself in an Architecture or EM role
Lessons I’ve Learned Leading a Platform Engineering Team provides some lessons about Platform Engineering, and making the move to Management
Pi is your Personal AI, kind of a ChatGPT but for your feels instead of the thing you prompt to feed your meals
TechPays Europe lets your benchmark your salary against others and see if you’re being fairly paid for your work on tech
Why companies still want in-house data centres might challenge your Cloudy thinking for a few minutes
FCC moves ahead with Title II net neutrality rules in 3-2 party-line vote if you can remember all the kerfuffle about Net Neutrality, they’ve finally settled it(ish)
That’s all for this week, but if you have any tip-offs or tidbits you’d like us to feature then please feel free to let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll see if we can add them in 💬.
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