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I spoke at more than four developer events this week, it was a roller-coaster week for me, but quite exciting. I could also see the developers getting fatigued by all these events even though they register, they might not attend all of them or ask questions like usual times!
What I read this week?
Quite a few devs assume that others know about the tech that they are talking about especially with new frameworks it gets more difficult. But, here is an article about Github Actions that explains things quite nicely.
When I started learning about this whole CI/CD thing over a year ago — it was honestly confusing.
Everyone talks about strategy and planning. Very few talk about execution or how it worked for them to reach from X to Y. I’ve always fantasised about how YouTube built it’s audience, perhaps the first Creator platform! Here is a doc from Shishir, CEO of Coda.io and ex-VP of product management at Youtube.
A peek inside how YouTube tackled the 2008 to 2014 hypergrowth years with a unique set of rituals for everything from strategic planning to effective meetings.
Open source Projects
I came across another OSS frontend framework called vite, which looks like (or competing with) Svelte!
Next-generation frontend tooling. It’s fast!
DevOps and looking to learn
buzzwords tools, faq’s, exercises. I found this repository, informatory tbh!
Linux, Jenkins, AWS, SRE, Elastic, Prometheus, Docker, Python, Ansible, Git, Kubernetes, Terraform, OpenStack, SQL, NoSQL, Azure, GCP, DNS
Call for Papers
SRECon 2021 is virtual this year, and still there is time to submit your paper. Don’t miss it if you want to speak at it, as well I’m happy to help you write a CFP.
SREcon21, a gathering of engineers who care deeply about site reliability, systems engineering, and working with complex distributed systems at scale
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