2021 Performance Review

First of all, happy new year to everyone. I hope this year will be fun-filled, awesome, and wish you a good health, to overcome any challenges you might face. The 2021 year was pretty tough to me: survived Covid; worked with a few international projects (AWS/Azure), which took a long time to finish/proceed. That’s why it’s been a long time since my last blog post.

In this post, I’d like to highlight shortly my 2021 year results.

Passed Linux Foundation Exams – Kubernetes and Linux
linux foundation certifications - kubernetes and linux
Linux Foundation Kubernetes Administrator :: Linux System Administrator
Renewed Azure certifications
azure certifications - devops, administrator and architect
Azure Solutions Architect Expert :: Azure DevOps Engineer Expert :: Azure Administrator Associate
Did technical reviews (some are still in progress)
manning books - kubernetes in action, kubernetes on windows, core kubernetes
Kubernetes in Action 2nd Edition :: Kubernetes on Windows :: Core Kubernetes

And usual activities such as blog posts, GitHub commits/issues and etc.

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