First, I’m not a big fan of New Year’s resolutions. It seems to me we should improve ourselves all year, not just on January 1. Human nature being what it is, my gym will be more than crowded in January but will thin out a great deal in February and March as treadmills give way to donuts for many.
However, I do believe it’s a good idea to set aside some time each year to look at your current career trajectory and make adjustments that can bring in more money, more job satisfaction, or hopefully both. To that end, here are some New Year’s resolutions that many of you cloud professionals should consider.
Diversify your cloud skills
We live in days when cloud skills are defined by specialization. People aren’t just cloud database experts, they are experts on a specific cloud database on a specific cloud provider. The same can be said for cloud-based business intelligence, a specific SaaS provider, or cloud operations focused on a specific OS configuration. We seem to fall into niches.
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