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Bring Streaming to Apache Cassandra with Apache Pulsar
5 projects | dev.to | 23 Jun 2022
Join our beginner-friendly Pulsar workshop on YouTube and learn how to connect Pulsar with Cassandra for streaming! In this post, we’ll set the scene with an introduction to Pulsar and guide you through four hands-on exercises where you’ll use these free, cloud-native technologies: Katacoda, Kesque, GitPod, and DataStax Astra DB. Each exercise will also be linked to the step-by-step instructions on the DataStax Developers GitHub wiki.
Crazy coworker manages entire development environment in single docker container
6 projects | reddit.com/r/devops | 5 Mar 2023
https://www.gitpod.io/ does this
Self-hosted alternative to Codespaces? (With .devcontainer support)
2 projects | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 11 Feb 2023
Not sure what .devcontainer means, but you can take a look to https://github.com/gitpod-io/openvscode-server or https://github.com/coder/code-server
️Appwrite + Gitpod: One Click Setup
2 projects | dev.to | 25 Jan 2023
We look forward to integrating more with Gitpod in the future! Check out the Gitpod homepage for more information and new development environment templates.
[D] I recently quit my job to start a ML company. Would really appreciate feedback on what we're working on.
3 projects | reddit.com/r/MachineLearning | 6 Jan 2023
I suggest you check out https://www.gitpod.io, which does more general provisioning of GitOps clusters/Pods in their managed Kubernetes clusters. It's not specifically ML, but we've looked at it for POC ML projects that want basic hosting.
6 projects | dev.to | 29 Dec 2022
People have been using tools like jsfiddle for quick experiments for years, but it's been limited to playing with client-side stuff. However, full-fledged web IDEs were maturing fast in 2022. For example, Codesandbox now provides good support for full-stack frameworks like Next and Nuxt by spinning up remote containers to run the server-side workload and emulate a "local" experience for you. Gitpod adopts a similar technology but looks more ambitious in reaching deeper into development life cycles. The most exciting among all is StackBlitz. It took the courageous step to implement a full NodeJS implementation with Web Assembly (called WebContainer). With that, your backend code can run right inside your browser. No need to spin up remote containers and no need to transmit data back and forth across the network. It's a truly local environment. This approach sounds like the only practical way of solving the problem and turning Web IDEs into mainstream usage.
Any ideas to make local development easier for 15-20 sites?
3 projects | reddit.com/r/drupal | 20 Dec 2022
Devops engineers who use windows, how?
5 projects | reddit.com/r/devops | 19 Dec 2022
Devpod: Remote Development at Uber
5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 18 Dec 2022
There's at least one good commercial solution that basically does the same thing the blog describes . Working well for us so far.
Be ready for failure on stage: introducing the Speaker Buddy System
4 projects | dev.to | 24 Nov 2022
When you do need to show, or run, code in your session, make sure you can run it in the cloud instead of your own machine! I have all my source code on GitHub, and I'm using GitHub Codespaces so I can run a demo completely in the cloud if necessary. There are many similar solutions out there such as Gitpod, JetBrains Space, CodeSandbox. The downside of this solution is that it does require a good internet connection.
2 projects | dev.to | 18 Nov 2022
First, I had to research about Gitpod, as I do not have much experience about it and in order to test it I need to figure out what is expected. After some googling and looking through its documentation, I figured out that it allows to setup development environments to work on the projects online which is very helpful to get contribution going.
What are some alternatives?
Code-Server - VS Code in the browser
vscode-dev-containers - NOTE: Most of the contents of this repository have been migrated to the new devcontainers GitHub org (https://github.com/devcontainers). See https://github.com/devcontainers/template-starter and https://github.com/devcontainers/feature-starter for information on creating your own!
openvsx - An open-source registry for VS Code extensions
gitpod - Gitpod automates the provisioning of ready-to-code cloud development environments.
template-docker-compose - A Docker Compose template, configured for Gitpod (www.gitpod.io) to give you pre-built, ephemeral development environments in the cloud.
vscode-python - Python extension for Visual Studio Code
theia - Eclipse Theia is a cloud & desktop IDE framework implemented in TypeScript.
codesandbox-client - An online IDE for rapid web development
vscodium - binary releases of VS Code without MS branding/telemetry/licensing
template-nixos - The NixOS template, configured for Gitpod (www.gitpod.io) to give you pre-built, nix based ephemeral operating system environments in the cloud.
serverless-application-model - The AWS Serverless Application Model (AWS SAM) transform is a AWS CloudFormation macro that transforms SAM templates into CloudFormation templates.