Why Ansible Pilot
Behind the scene of the Ansible Pilot project and Ansible open source infrastructure as code technology.
Digital technologies have made learning faster, cheaper, and easier than before.
That means that you need to embrace new digital tools in the broader culture of professional development that solves people’s real problems at work.
The workplace is changing fast. And upskilling ourselves as IT professionals are more critical than ever in today’s super competitive marketplace.
Today’s mantra in the professional world is to innovate, automate and accelerate.
The skills needed in today’s business world aren’t the skills we needed in the past.
Ansible is the best open-source infrastructure as a code tool in the market.
I’ve been working for the Red Hat Ansible engineering team and learn more every day, so I’d like to share with other people more as possible.
Traditional learning methodologies rely on the classroom model, where an expert teacher explains thousands of concepts to students for hours, in a typical top-down model. The problem with this methodology is that they sometimes forget three-quarters of the concepts.
As humans, we are social animals that like to pick up information and ideas from other people, our peers.
Mobile phones and computers connected to the internet give us unprecedented access to knowledge. We’re living in the Digital Age.
Nowadays, ideas and information circles the globe in seconds and enable us to learn from the best expert worldwide. Computer languages are the same all over the world and are easy that everything to teach; there is no language, culture, or other barriers for learners.
I created trust with a community that genuinely supports me and engages me in day-by-day challenges.
My release format is to keep each lesson short, convenient, and relevant to every professional. That means a high-impact lesson for a specific use case, not a long hour of blabbing.
My lesson has been made to the same standard as the digital media people regularly consume, they are not perfect, but I improve daily.
I start every day with a problem and offer my solution to the public, I try to select the most helpful use case and offer the best possible solution. But I know that might exist a better solution somehow or in certain circumstances.
I’d like to be able to create a sort of lunch-and-learn session in the future as an expert to kick the session and ignite the discussion of topics between professionals and hear successful and failure stories in the IT industry.
Ansible Pilot embraces short, convenient, and relevant lessons to upskill every professional with a practical use case for modern, fast-changing workplaces.Subscribe to the YouTube channel, Medium, Website, Twitter, and Substack to not miss the next episode of the Ansible Pilot.
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