Gaspare writes about Continuous Integration and tools like Docker, sharing advanced tutorials and best practices. He writes about test automation, Continuous Deployment, and how to bring your changes to production the safe way.
Nick has hundreds of posts about Docker, Flask, Shell scripting, development environment optimizations and freelance web development tips. His blog is a mix of written articles and videos. Nick has been programming for 20 years and is a self-taught fullstack developer.
Sean writes about working with AWS. He works as a DevOps engineer and distills those daily learnings into practical posts. Recent topics on his blog include setting up budget alerts, how to learn AWS on your own, and AWS white papers that are worth your time.
Charity Majors is the co-founder and CTO of Honeycomb, and writes about career development for engineers, management, and observability. She also co-wrote Database Reliability Engineering.
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.
Software, technology, sysadmin war stories, and more. One of the most well-known and prolific writers in the systems space, yet blogs semi-anonymously.
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.
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.
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