Opsy is a community of operations pros working in tech.
Our goal is two-fold. We want to spotlight great ops work and the people who are doing it. We also want to help ops people grow their networks and their expertise
We do this through our newsletter, podcast, and meetups, among other projects. Which means there are lots of ways to get involved!
Write something for the blog/newsletter
We regularly create educational content for our blog and newsletter that helps us all sharpen our skills. First and foremost, we're looking for content that saves people time and/or helps them get better at their jobs.
Some possible formats include:
- A tutorial for a tool that you love & think others should know about
- A case study on how you solved a big or common ops problem
- Best practices for an opsy topic you love or recently had reason to dig into, e.g. planning a team retreat in the time of Covid
Give a lightening talk at a meetup
We build 1-3 lightning talks into every Opsy meetup. These talks are 5-10 minutes long, fast-paced, and a little more bite-sized than a blog post.
The idea is to introduce the community to a new idea or way of doing things in a really short amount of time.
Past talks include:
- Holistic manifestos - what they are & why your company should have one
- Best practices for asynchronous remote work
- How to create documentation faster with Tango
Sponsor the community
If your business offers a product or service that's a perfect fit for opsy folks, consider sponsoring an upcoming episode of the podcast or our next meetup.
You can fill out the form below to express interest and we'll get back to you if it's a fit.
Spread the word
You can help us bring more expertise into the community by sharing Opsy with the opsy folks you know and love.💜
- Consider sharing your experience with Opsy on Twitter, LinkedIn, or in Slack communities where you hang out with other operations professionals.
- Follow Opsy on LinkedIn and like or reshare our posts there to boost them for relevant folks in your network.
- Drop a line to your favorite ops person and encourage them to join you!