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Troy Hunt is the creator of HaveIBeenPwned.com and writes about data breaches and information security. He's also an advisor at NordVPN.
The blog covers topics of Containers and Orchestration (Kubernetes and alike) with the focus on the underlying technologies. Ivan usually writes long-form articles revealing the internals of Docker, showing some Linux programming tricks, or tinkering networking. Go, Rust, and Python are the languages used for the articles' examples.
Brendan Gregg's blog focuses primarily on computing performance analysis and cloud computing, usually related to Linux. the blog also includes helpful documentation about Linux profiling tools he uses and/or wrote himself. Today Brendan is a senior performance architect at Netflix.
Scott writes about the .NET ecosystem, cloud computing with Azure, and software development on Windows. He works as a developer advocate at Microsoft.
Experiences and stories from real-world projects. Mainly focusing cloud computing with Azure and container technologies like Kubernetes and Docker. Recent posts cover topics like working with the Docker CLI, scanning Docker images for vulnerabilities, and new features in Open Service Mesh.
Ahmet is a a software engineer at Google Cloud, working as a developer advocate who creates tools and designs experiences for developers. He mostly writes about Google Cloud products, containers, and Kubernetes.
Cindy's blog is pretty wide-sweeping. She writes about everything from distributed systems, operating systems, and build systems to peer-reviewed papers, tool reviews and favorite tech talks to broad highlights of the last decade in tech. Cindy's writing is clear with fresh perspective.
Forrest works at A Cloud Guru and writes about AWS, serverless, working in open source, and current events that touch the tech industry. He also sometimes writes about high level technology problems like picking your tech stack.
Jeroen writes about day to day experiences with .NET, Azure and general software engineering. Recent articles also touch on accessing the terminal with Swift, unit testing with TypeScript, unit testing, and releasing Android via Azure pipelines.
Rafal is the founder of Dynobase and writes about cloud-native technologies. His focus is mostly Serverless technologies on AWS with an emphasis on AWS Lambda and DynamoDB and CDK (Cloud Development Kit).
This is the blog of Donald Schulz who has been developing software for a long time. He writes about things that he finds interesting or things that he is working on. Over the last 10 years he spends a lot of time in the ALM and DevOps space and that is what he has been writing about lately.
Roberto writes about his experience designing, building, and maintaining large-scale distributed systems. Recent articles talk about ways distributed systems fail, why microservices aren't cheap, and even how to conduct a systems design interview.
Brian writes about Linux, open source, and wasm, and works on Web Assembly at Microsoft Azure. He also has articles about remote development and working on Windows.
Parveen covers the cloud technology topics specifically related to Azure Cloud and Microsoft services. He also started "Getting Started with Azure App Servies" series where he writes about Web Apps in Azure, and also started another series called "Cloud Projects Ideas" to help beginners build their knowledge, improve their portfolio and break into cloud computing field.
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