There are only six plots on tech Twitter.— matty stratton 🇺🇦 💜 (@mattstratton) January 4, 2021
All tweets are one of them.
What are they?
1. Front-end vs Back-end— Sasha Rosenbaum 🇺🇦 (@DivineOps) January 4, 2021
2. Degree vs Bootcamp
3. White dude vs Diversity
4. Money vs Passion
5. DevOps is dead. Long live DevRelSecBuzFinSalesMarketingHROps
8. K8s https://t.co/CK5VBqUfCh
🤔 good question....— Jeremy, The Patronizing Saint of DevOps 🇺🇲🇺🇦 (@IAmJerdog) January 4, 2021
2. White asshat complaining about accountability
3. DevRel: closer to sales, marketing, or product?
4. K8s something or other
5. Definition of DevOps, and why it's in a banana stand
6. DNS, of course
1. $X service is down— Quintessence 🌻💙💛 (@QuintessenceAnx) January 4, 2021
2. $X service is up
3. Someone did something problematic but It's Fine ™️ /s
4. Viral Coping Mechanism Du Jour
6. Hot Takes and Other Opinions
6b. Ads that refuse to be blocked
ok, ok, my actual answer— aaron aldrich (@crayzeigh) January 4, 2021
1. White dude does white dude stuff and doesn't see what's wrong with it
2. Whatever's on hacker news
3. Passion v. Payout
4. Kubernetes something something something
5. us-east-1 is down
6. Slack is down
Sasha is a Sr. Manager on the Managed OpenShift Black Belt (MOBB) team at Red Hat, where she is helping enterprise customers successfully migrate to managed OpenShift on customers’ favorite public cloud.
In her career, Sasha has worked in development, operations, consulting, and cloud architecture. Sasha is an organizer of DevOpsDays Chicago, a chair of DeliveryConf, and a published author.
Kat Cosgrove is a chronic early-adopter of new technologies and a real-life cyborg. Her professional engineering background is in web development, IoT, and programming education, but today she’s a Developer Advocate for JFrog. She loves finding creative solutions for hard problems, especially if they’re a little hacky.
When she’s not building demos or at a conference, she spends her time gaming, watching e-sports, and working on useless but entertaining side-projects. She also volunteers with area non-profits geared towards getting more women and other underrepresented minorities into tech.
Quintessence meandered into developer relations after a long tenure in IT and operations roles. After running AWS bills up and then bringing them back down again, she brought her “lessons learned” to PagerDuty, where she is a Developer Advocate. Outside of work, she co-founded Inclusive Tech Buffalo and mentors underrepresented groups to help them launch sustainable careers in technology.
Aaron Aldrich is a Managed OpenShift Black Belt at Red Hat, creator of Tabletop DevOps, founding organizer of DevOpsDays Hartford, and frequent DevOpsDays organizer and participant all over. When not talking about DevOps and Resilience Engineering, you can find him talking about Mental Health with osmihelp.org or running Emotional Intelligence workshops with EmotionalAPI.com. Find him on twitter @crayzeigh for general nonsense and tomfoolery.
Jeremy is the Head of DevRel & Community at CircleCI, formerly at Solace, Auth0 and XDA. He is active in the DevRel Community, and is a co-creator of DevOpsPartyGames.com. A lover of all things coffee, community, open source, and tech, he is also house-broken, and (generally) plays well with others.
Matt Stratton is a Staff Developer Advocate at Pulumi and the global chair of the DevOpsDays set of conferences.
Matt has over 20 years of experience in IT operations and is a sought-after speaker internationally, presenting at Agile, DevOps, and cloud engineering focused events worldwide. Demonstrating his keen insight into the changing landscape of technology, he recently changed his license plate from
He lives in Chicago and has three awesome kids, whom he loves just a little bit more than he loves Diet Coke. Matt is the keeper of the Thought Leaderboard for the DevOps Party Games online game show and you can find him on Twitter at @mattstratton.