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Jan. 13, 2022, 9:46 p.m. | /u/careeradvice9

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Always been more of an ops/implementation/tools guy in my career, looking at this roadmap I can check off almost everything minus programming. I understand concepts, I've taken college classes and online courses, but just never been good at scripting and programming, yet I know that's where the most value is.

Will I ever have a chance at a solid DevOps position at a solid tech company (not just faang)? Are there positions or companies that lean more towards Ops than Dev? Looking through job descriptions it seems they always want …

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