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Nigel suggests 7 steps to help you on your journey to learn Kubernetes. The same approach applies if you want to be a Docker expert.
To help you find learning content (video courses, books etc.), we’ve added links, with options for what Nigel offers to help you get started.
Purchase a beginner's video course and you can watch and learn at your pace.
Subscribe to Kubernetes YouTube channel's and watch videos in your down time.
Read daily. Mosty find books with examples you can follow along with.
Get your hands dirty in live labs. Virtual training and Workshops give you hands-on experience.
By now you'll need a further video course that enables your further learning.
Go to as many conferences, events (networking & meet-ups) to keep up-skilling.
Nigel is a Kubernetes and Docker video course trainer extraordinaire and has over 20 hours of Kubernetes and Docker courses that will help you learn, understand and apply these Cloud-native technologies in life and the workplace.
No matter what level you’re at, get a course and learn at your own speed.
“Nigel, I’m not into video courses but loved your Container courses… I’m really impressed with your energy and enthusiasm, informal and light language, quality content, length of videos and balanced theory-demo approach.” – Lalit Bhatia
If tech books are your thing, Nigel has you covered.
What do you prefer Virtual training or Face 2 Face? Podcasts or YouTube events? …Or do you love them all? We’ve got plenty for you.
To help the tech community, Nigel’s YouTube channel gives you tips, news, advice, interviews, Cloud-native topics simplified and more geeky stuff.
Follow Nigel on social media and subscribe to his YouTube channel and stay bang up-to-date
Nigel loves to keep in touch with you, and he loves to get your feedback. One of the ways he does this is via his blog. In his blog, Nigel connects with the tech world discussing things like “is Kubernetes ready to take over the enterprise?”, “Swarm vs Kubernetes”, “what is a Kubernetes cluster?”, “container registries” and much more.
Reading Nigel’s blog is one of the best ways to stay up-to-date with all things Kubernetes. Empower your education and get ahead of the game by reading Nigel’s thoughts experiences, knowledge and advice.
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