I've always had a skillset described as "unique". I wasn't quite a system administrator, because I knew too much code. I also wasn't a developer, because I didn't know any "real coding languages" (according to the developers). I've always been stuck in the middle, without a home. That is, until now.
The DevOps world is a natural fit for me, and now that AWS has a plethora of services that require this kind of "in the middle" administration that I've built my career on top of. Combining PowerShell with AWS administration has been a passion of mine, as the world leaves the era of "left click engineers" and requires administrators to start treating infrastructure as code.
You may also be interested in my credentials. At this point I've racked up a bakers dozen years of experience in the IT field, ranging from end user support at a University, to Information Security at a Washington D.C. startup, to DevOps engineering for major software developers, and independent consulting and techincal writing the whole time in between. I've carried certifications, I've let them expire, and I keep moving on. By the time you read this, I'll likely have a whole new set of credentials. This is the life of the "in the middle" engineer.