@postmodern Docker / k8s anything I’m missing out on by not doing plain LXC?
@amirrajan Ok, you convinced me, signed up...
@bentest Ruby is used a lot on the devops side because it’s a nice glue language that makes connecting resources in heterogenous environments easier particularly with provisioning tools such as Chef and Puppet.
@MikeG1 If you’re looking for a good book or audio book, David Byrne of Talking Heads wrote a pretty good one that explains music, it’s history, and where we are now with music, it’s titled, “How Music Works”.
Prometheus monitoring system is what I’ve wanted for so many years. Already tried nagios, sensu, and riemann. It’s easy to set up and flexible/powerful. https://prometheus.io
Experienced Rails/React/Elm dev looking for work. I'm not a rockstar, but I can get things done. More info: https://timcase.me
@jeromedalbert Don't wait, read the first edition now. It's so important that I don't want you to put it off. 2nd edition will have some different refactorings and I think they may release those in an online catalog. Or do what I'm doing and read both.
@skryking Taskwarrior. https://taskwarrior.org/, Taskwarrior is a fantastic TODO manager. Entire data store is 4 files:
Now consider this:
I would hazard a guess all of those are backed by a database, the reason I like file data store is that I have more tools for working with files, and it "feels" more lightweight. Of course databases are appropriate most of time.
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