In January most of us were working from home, and some took a few days off in the beginning of the month. And still so many great blog posts were written!
The stackconf in June will be awesome! Do you want to contribute and become a part of the legendary conference? Then hurry up and submit your talk: Katja informed us that the call for papers is still open, but not for long!
So last year?
News from our Sales- team
There is a new post in our blog series science corner: This time Nicole wrote about humidity sensors. And Martin informed us of warranty options in SMS Eagle- Längere Garantiepakete. And then Nicole announced upcoming plugins in Icinga for Windows- Hyper-V und Cluster Plugins Preview.
Daniel had the first technical topic of the year with Multiline in Grok- kein schönes Format, his blog on using Grok filters. Then Stefan gave us useful tips regarding network problems while working from home in Netzwerkprobleme im Homeoffice erkennen. And David exported data with Prometheus in Von Fackeln, elektrischen Schafen und Datenpunkten. Johannes wrote about installing and using PostgreSQL with openSUSE-Leap 15.2, and Christoph guided us through Icinga2 und Influx2: So bringen wir beide zum reden.
What do we eat at NETWAYS? Well, almost anything would be the correct answer, but we do enjoy good food, and in our blog series NETWAYS Chefs you will find some of our favourite recipes. This time Afeef made Fatayer! And in our blog series Natalie meets… Natalie interviewed Jessica. As some of you might recall, the first interview of the series was the other way around! And she also had a talk with Phillipp. Our first-year apprentices told us of their rotation week in which they looked into our other departments in Azubi- Abteilungswoche. Read the impressions Andrew, Joshua, Andre and Patrick had of the week!