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Welcome beautiful people,
I hope you had a great weekend & happy Monday!
In this week's newsletter, I highlight a lot of "basic life skills" i.e. things that are great to know when you work in DevOps or have to monitor systems.
Community Highlight 🧑🏻🤝🧑🏽
— A video about Kubernetes and open source. The first video part of the Kubernetes Cinematic Universe (KCU)
Make sure to check out Justin's YouTube channel
Open Source Project Highlight 📸
cheat allows you to create and view interactive cheatsheets on the command-line. It was designed to help remind *nix system administrators of options for commands that they use frequently, but not frequently enough to remember.
This week I have two videos that I created; namely:
Also worth a look:
- How to Dual Boot – Windows and Ubuntu – Razer Blade Stealth by Michael Cade
- AVOID Problems In Production With Kubernetes: Datree Best Practices Validation by Davide Benvegnu
- CNCF Working Group Sets Some Standards for ‘GitOps’ by Joab Jackson
- Open Source Values & Advocacy & Deep Dive KCNA Exam | CLOUDNATIVE.FM Ep 31 by Katie Gamanji and Saim Safdar
- Living with Kubernetes: 12 Commands to Debug Your Workloads by Justin Garrison
- Best Practices Guide for Kubernetes Labels and Annotations by Komodor
- Root Cause Is for Plants, Not Software by Courtney Nash
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- Head over to my public notion page to see all of my Kubernetes notes and more! 🥳
- You Can Learn Anything! Continuing #100DaysOfKubernetes with several new videos.
- Join the Community!
- December 14th: Open Source Summit Japan
Tweet of the week 🐦
This week's tweet of the week is by Ruben Casas
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This is it for today, until next time 👋🏻
Anais Urlichs Newsletter
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