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Opsy #27: Getting together

Did you hear? We're hosting our Summer Meetup this Friday. ✨
A sandwich chalkboard is imposed on a blue background. It reads, "Grow your network with us!"

Did you hear? We're hosting our Summer Meetup this Friday. ✨

We'll have a great lightning talk from Oleg Krasnov and a few rounds of speed networking so you can meet some awesome ops folks, too.

These meetups are a fun, casual way to learn something new and grow your network. They're free, but we only host them a few times a year. So come to this one, if you can!

You can RSVP here.

Hope to see you there!

ICYMI: Opsy Compensation Survey

We have a lot of new folks around here (hi!!) so I want to make a little plug for the Opsy Compensation Survey.

We created this survey last fall because we know how hard it is to find reliable compensation data for ops roles—our backgrounds as skillsets are as varied as our job descriptions! It's not always easy to get the info you need from your own network, so we're asking everyone in ours—and that means you. 👀

If you do opsy work in tech, please consider filling out the survey and sharing it with your network on LinkedIn.

We've got +150 submissions so far and we'd love to get another hundred before we release the full report later this summer.

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