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Hello, I'm Trevor Sullivan 👋🏻

I've been working in the software industry since early 2004. The technologies I have worked with include Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS), PowerShell, Python, JavaScript, MySQL, GitHub, Kubernetes, and many others. Over the years, I have produced many videos on my YouTube channel 📺, especially around cloud and automation topics.

I'm building a new documentation website, with a focus on open source tools, at This website is being built out using a new JavaScript framework, based on Next.js, called Dendron 🌱. My objective is to share unique tips and tricks to help people be more productive in software development and deployment.

On social media, you can find me on LinkedIn 👨🏻‍🚀.

Training Content at CBT Nuggets 🎥

I've worked at CBT Nuggets as a software trainer, starting in April 2020. During my time there, I've produced a significant amount of training content, north of 200+ hours. The topics I've built training on include: PowerShell, AWS, Azure, GitHub, MySQL, and Kubernetes. ☁️ One of the great things about IT training with CBT Nuggets is that we offer a quizzing platform, to test your newfound technical knowledge.

When I produce content for CBT Nuggets, or my YouTube channel, my primary objective is to promote knowledge that other people can use in their own environments. I genuinely hope that people who see my videos, read my articles, or use my open source tools, will experience less friction in their software journey.


  1. A serverless video processing prototype, using containers on AWS Fargate.

    PowerShell 8 1

  2. PSGitHub Public

    This PowerShell module contains commands to manage GitHub through its REST API.

    PowerShell 159 37

  3. PowerEvents Public

    PowerEvents is a PowerShell module that assists in the registration of WMI permanent event subscriptions.

    PowerShell 59 7

  4. 1
    Get-Command                                               # Retrieves a list of all the commands available to PowerShell
                                                              # (native binaries in $env:PATH + cmdlets / functions from PowerShell modules)
    Get-Command -Module Microsoft*                            # Retrieves a list of all the PowerShell commands exported from modules named Microsoft*
    Get-Command -Name *item                                   # Retrieves a list of all commands (native binaries + PowerShell commands) ending in "item"
  5. PSPuTTY Public

    The PSPuTTY PowerShell module enables you to manipulate PuTTY sessions on Windows.

    PowerShell 25 6

  6. The Azure PowerShell Extensions project is intended to provide a pleasant user experience on top of the core Azure PowerShell experience.

    PowerShell 20 5

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Contribution activity

September 2022

Created 8 repositories

Created a pull request in falcosecurity/falcosidekick that received 4 comments

Add Tekton and KNative to README

Signed-off-by: Trevor Sullivan Signed-off-by: Trevor Sullivan What type of PR is this? Uncomme…

+4 −2 4 comments
Opened 7 other pull requests in 6 repositories
skooner-k8s/skooner 1 open 1 closed
appwrite/appwrite 1 open
th-ch/youtube-music 1 open
influxdata/telegraf 1 open
kubernetes-client/csharp 1 merged
falcosecurity/falco-website 1 merged
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
Badgerati/Pode 1 pull request

Created an issue in kubernetes/kops that received 2 comments

🐛 Go Panic runtime error: index out of range [0] with length 0

/kind bug 1. What kops version are you running? The command kops version, will display this information. 1.25 2. What Kubernetes version are you ru…


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