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This is an excellent request. Reading through all the comments here, it seems like a lot of people are feeling frustrated with the variety of information available and no clear way to discern what is "good".

I don't typically publish writings, but this seems like a good place to start. I'll write something up and post it here for the same critique that we've given Bryan :-)

In the meantime, a decent source of generalized (not succinct) Ops-type knowledge can be found here: http://www.opsschool.org/en/latest/

Thanks! I really appreciate it. All to often we are quick to criticize someone for missing information without any willingness to back it up with better, correct information. The jokes goes that the best way to get an answer is to publish the wrong one. =)

That site is useless, sample pages I looked contained brief overview paragraphs and no real content. Many contained "todo" items.

So you criticised the original article, but when asked to provide information or advice of your own merely came up with something entirely content free. The original article provided succint, useful advice, something you have failed to do.

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