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#GitHubCopilot is 🆒 & 🔥 at the same time!
I'm enthralled at times with options. Built 4 apps (1 Java, 2 Python, this) in an hour or so. Quite useful as an assistant!
More to be explored.
PS: We’ll still not be out of our jobs 😂 https://t.co/tKd9wEo2PN
What I read this week?
By using Prometheus to scrape metrics & Fluentd for log collection
I read this nice introduction post to Terraform - an open-source infrastructure as a code software tool that is important as we advance into a multi-cloud world.
I recently came across Terraform and was amazed by all that it has to offer.
If you are a company building, developer-facing products and users ask questions on discussion platforms like StackOverflow, Discourse. But, beyond a point, engaging/curating/answering devs building software using your product is hard, recognizing community members contributing, sharing knowledge more challenging problems. So I’m glad to see SO, a popular Q&A platform, come up with Collectives through which one could curate communities better. Sample collectives - Google Cloud, GoLang.
Lux is a Python library that facilitates fast and easy data exploration by automating the visualization and data analysis process. By simply printing out a data frame in a Jupyter notebook, Lux recommends a set of visualizations highlighting interesting trends and patterns in the dataset.
Python API for Intelligent Visual Data Discovery.
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