Tangible Goals – Addressing The Why of Things with Nočnica Fee

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  • kubernetes-the-hard-way

    Bootstrap Kubernetes the hard way on Google Cloud Platform. No scripts.

    Okay, so you have that layout. Now it's time. Now it's Kubernetes time. And so I was just mentioning Kelsey Hightower. Kelsey has a tutorial called Learn Kubernetes the Hard Way. If you're capably running your own little hobbyist Linux server, then you should be ready to follow Kelsey's tutorial and get something from it.

  • meta-raspberrypi

    Yocto/OE BSP layer for the Raspberry Pi boards

    But I think a really good first goal is to run a Linux machine generally as a virtual machine or on a Raspberry Pi and one without a UI. So just from the command line, you should be able to control it. And that feels pretty daunting to start with. You're just looking at this little text prompt blinking and saying, "Hey, what do I put in here?"

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  • murder

    Large scale server deploys using BitTorrent and the BitTornado library (by ervinb)

    Get a Twitter account and follow some people that you like. Unfollow anyone who's tweeting a bunch of...anybody whose face is inside a hexagon on Twitter just move on. I love you, and I want you to have joy in your life. Did you follow an account two years ago that posted really cool art and animation, and they suddenly started just posting weird stuff that looks like it's from Second Life? Just unfollow them. Don't even worry about it. Give yourself peace. Give yourself the gift of peace. Just move on. Stay off Reddit, kids. No, I don't know.

  • kubernetes

    Production-Grade Container Scheduling and Management

    So you really need to let the pressure off yourself to be like, I have to be really perfect at this. Lots and lots of shops now are hiring competent back-end coders, people who understand Linux to a degree. And then they're like, "Okay, now we need you to understand this Kubernetes stuff." And that's just the reality is a lot of places are training entirely in-house. Having some familiarity, being able to stand up and take down a cluster, trigger some scaling, and read some events, that's a really good start to say, "Hey, I'm going to go make a case for why y'all should hire me."

  • Puts Debuggerer

    Ruby library for improved puts debugging, automatically displaying bonus useful information such as source line number and source code.

    Nočnica: By the way, literally every person who leaves comments like that their GitHub is a white sheet of paper for the last three and a half years because they've only done closed-source commits to their poorly run software shop. I guarantee you. But yeah, you want to make sure that your high-level industry stuff is formed by somebody who you actually respect, and what they're saying makes sense.

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