[blog@aptget_ops:~$ sudo apt-get ops

[sudo] password for blog: ********************

Get:1 http://aptgetops.tech/cool_stuff InRelease [114 kB]
Hit:2 http://aptgetops.tech/new_blog_posts focal ABOUT_ME
Get:4 http://aptgetops.tech/Stories_focal-updates InRelease [114 kB]
Hit:3 https://aptgetops.tech/OSS/Open_Source_ALL focal InRelease

Fetched 228kB in 1s (228 kB/s)
Reading package lists... Done
Latest About_Page Processed. All Done!


A while back, I wanted to host a blog that allowed me to bring the content I find the most useful but also very interesting new concepts and methods of performing tasks in newer, more efficient ways.

Enter Apt-Get Ops

The blog will publish one or more of the article types on a weekly basis:

Weekly Roundups - Latest and Greatest Tech Content Written by Me, or Multiple Cool Links I Read Up on Over the Week and Want to Share with Y’all.

Custom Content / Editorials - Sometimes I want to share my personal thoughts and outlooks on one or more topics I thought about the week before.

New Hot Software/Automation - Sometimes I will focus on a specific Github repo that allows for a new and very interesting way of doing something I have done in previous or current jobs. Work smarter, not harder.

Whatever Else I Want, Because, I can. - There will be a week here and there when I do not have something and I will just pick a few things to rant about, or share some cool links.

Smart Operations - From time to time, I will write about how you can really streamline operations and I will explain what I did and how well it worked. Also, if you have a good story you want to share, I always love to hear about content others want to post - email me at aptgetops@substack.com and I will let you know if your idea is a good fit for the blog.

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I want to make my ops for the blog public in the spirit of open source. To peek at the blog's performance for the day/week/month. I want to share my own ops with you, the reader, so hopefully I can show you a thing or two you can use to level up your own job performance.