Okay, Houston, we’ve had a problem here.

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This quote perfectly reflects the essence of what makes our job as DevOps thrilling. Sometimes its like on Apollo 13. You are writing an e-mail and just one second later the master caution is triggered and you have no idea what happend. And for me that is the moment where our job gets out of the often boring daily business and the engineer within us awakens. We literally take our slide rulers and we do what we can do best as Einstein said: “Scientists investigate that which already is; Engineers create that which has never been.”

Therefore on this blog I will write about all that technology and engineer stuff that surrounds me like a satellite and about things that I am interested in. And sometimes that will be sarcastic. Have fun and follow up!

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Mario Kleinsasser
Mario Kleinsasser
Doing Linux since 2000 and containers since 2009. Like to hack new and interesting stuff. Containers, Python, DevOps, automation and so on. Interested in science and I like to read (if I found the time). Einstein said "Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited." - I say "The distance between faith and knowledge is infinite. (c) by me". Interesting contacts are always welcome - nice to meet you out there - if you like, don't hesitate and contact me! - M

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Mario Kleinsasser

Doing Linux since 2000 and containers since 2009. Like to hack new and interesting stuff. Containers, Python, DevOps, automation and so on. Interested in science and I like to read (if I found the time). Einstein said "Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited." - I say "The distance between faith and knowledge is infinite. (c) by me". Interesting contacts are always welcome - nice to meet you out there - if you like, don't hesitate and contact me! - M

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