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1. Women In linux

1.1. Lesson or Series Title

1.2. Goals of Each Lesson

1.3. Objectives

1.4. Content

1.5. Method of Instruction

1.6. Who we are

2. Objectives to do

2.1. Tech Conferences

2.1.1. Kubecon

2.1.2. Hashiconf

2.1.3. Oscon

2.1.4. Strata

2.1.5. Scholarships

2.1.5.1. Linux foundation

2.1.5.2. Cncf

2.1.5.3. Orielly

2.1.6. CFPs

2.1.6.1. Afrotech

2.1.6.2. Gophercon

2.1.6.3. Papercall.io

2.2. Exams

2.2.1. Kubernetes

2.2.1.1. Learn

2.2.1.1.1. Linux foundation

2.2.2. Jenkins

2.2.2.1. Cloudbees

2.2.3. Togaf

2.2.3.1. What does Solutions Engineer Do?

2.2.4. Blockchain

2.2.5. Security

2.2.5.1. Linux academy

2.2.6. Openshift

2.3. Free training

2.3.1. Azure

2.3.2. Aws training

2.3.3. Puppet

3. Fundamentals on the rise

3.1. Gitops

3.1.1. Examples

3.1.1.1. Weave works

3.1.1.1.1. Tutorial

3.1.1.2. Chic fil a

3.2. Service Mesh

3.2.1. Consul Connect

3.2.2. Envoy

3.2.3. VMware NSX

3.3. Observablity

3.3.1. Example

3.3.2. Three Pillars

3.3.3. Another Example

3.3.4. Opentracing Framework

3.3.4.1. Zipkin

3.3.4.2. Jaeger

3.3.4.2.1. Jaeger setup

3.3.4.3. HoneyComb

3.3.4.4. Basics

3.3.4.4.1. Website

3.3.4.4.2. Info on frameworks

3.3.4.5. Beginners Guide

3.4. Platform Engineering

3.4.1. job

3.5. Serverless

3.6. Cloud Native Infrastructure

3.7. Container Security

3.7.1. Aqua Security

3.7.2. Anchore

3.7.3. Trend Micro

3.7.4. Nist

3.7.5. Twistlock

3.8. Clusters across datacenters

3.9. Cluster Management

3.9.1. Kubernetes

3.9.2. Nomad

3.10. SRE

3.10.1. Books

3.10.1.1. SRE

3.10.1.2. SRE Workbook

3.10.1.3. Becoming SRE

3.10.2. Jobs

3.11. Zero Trust Networking

3.12. VMware NSX

3.13. Distrusted Systems

3.14. Kubernetes

3.15. Chaos Engineering

3.15.1. Principles

4. How to study

4.1. Materials

4.1.1. I use several sources

4.2. People

4.2.1. Find a group or another person to study with

4.3. Length of Time

4.3.1. Spend studying on a subject in 20 to 30 minute increments

4.3.1.1. Take your own notes in pen

4.3.1.1.1. Then type those notes

5. Topics to cover

5.1. Gitops

5.2. Hybrid cloud

5.2.1. Openshift

5.2.2. Openstack

5.2.3. Vcloud

5.3. Multicloud

5.3.1. On Prem

5.3.2. Public

5.3.3. Multiple Public Clouds

5.4. Blockchain

5.5. Compliance

5.6. Openshift

5.7. Security

5.7.1. Cluster scanning

5.7.2. Vm scanning

5.8. Chaos Engineering

5.9. Observability

5.10. Serverless

5.11. Programming languages

5.11.1. Go

5.11.2. Python

5.12. Resume Building

5.12.1. Blogs

5.12.2. Podcasts

5.12.3. Training

5.12.4. Mock Interviews

5.13. Interviews

5.14. Creating Wealth

5.15. Docker

5.16. Automation

5.16.1. Hashicorp

5.16.1.1. Nomad

5.16.1.2. Consul

5.16.1.3. Vault

5.16.1.4. Packer

5.16.2. Ansible

5.16.3. Puppet

5.16.4. Chef

5.16.5. Salt

5.16.6. Ci/cd/cd

5.16.6.1. Continuous Integration

5.16.6.2. Continuous Delivery

5.16.6.3. Continuous Deployment

5.17. Programming Languages

5.17.1. Go

5.17.1.1. Link

5.17.2. Python