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Jan. 10, 2022, 3:58 p.m. | /u/DrFreudstein

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Hello all!

I am currently a SysAdmin with 5 years experience who has been working on developing my skills in order to make a transition into a DevOps position (I'm sure you've heard it all before...). My issue currently is, I work in a very "traditional" infrastructure environment, with a company that is in an industrial space. 90% of what I am learning on my own cannot really be applied to my current job.

I was thinking of looking at jobs (could be sysadmin-ish, could be a technical support position, …

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