Digest #69: Running GitHub Copilot in Terminal 😍

#69: Running GitHub Copilot in Terminal

🎧 PODCAST/WEBINAR OF THE WEEK
“Instead of being given a roadmap of features, an empowered team is given a problem to solve and they get to figure out the best way to solve that problem". This episode, Marty explain the the importance of building the right product and shared the two inconvenient truths about that.
📖 POSTS OF THE WEEK
Kubernetes API access security hardening
Why Kubernetes API access control is important for Kubernetes security. In this article by Teleport, learn about seven best practices to secure Kubernetes API besides TLS, user management, authentication, and authorization.
Read more »
"http://http//HTTP://@HTTP://HTTP://?HTTP://#HTTP://" - Yes you read it right, that's a legitimate URL. This post shows how the URL is parsed and how to create such URLs - Read more »
"How the SQLite virtual machine works" - SQLite is unique among embedded databases in that it not only has a transactional, b-tree storage layer but it also includes a robust SQL execution engine. This post is diving into how SQLite parses, optimizes, & executes your SQL queries - Read more »
"Manage several AWS accounts simultaneously" - On the AWS Console, it’s challenging to display different AWS accounts at once, for example, to compare settings visually. As soon as another account credentials are loaded into the browser, the previous session is immediately suspended. Well, not anymore - Read more »
"It's always DNS... except when it's not" - The story of a seemingly simple issue that led into the hidden complexities of gRPC, DNS, and Kubernetes. Also, the post covers how the incident was resolved - Read more »
"Jenkins distributed cluster using dynamic build agents on GKE" - This article is based on how to set up a Jenkins distributed cluster in GKE with a master and build nodes running in Kubernetes cluster - Read more »
"For the love of god, stop using CPU limits on Kubernetes" - Many people think you need CPU limits on Kubernetes but this isn't true. In most cases, Kubernetes CPU limits do more harm than help - Read more »
"AWS S3 Sync: an extensive guide" - Learn all about AWS S3 sync - covering download, upload, synchronize buckets, file selection patterns, dry-run, and more - examples included - Read more »
"9 CI/CD metrics you should be monitoring" - With all automation comes the requirement to see what’s happening. That’s why it’s crucial to monitor your CI/CD pipeline, just like you would monitor production applications - Read more »
📕 BOOK OF THE WEEK
Being a physics enthusiast, I want to know more about the great minds that shaped this field into what it is today. Of course, this book was a no-brainer for me so I bought it as soon as I had the chance.
Feynman was quite a simple man, without the philosophycal-babble that sometimes comes with a genius. He puts everything so simple, so gracefully, that you wonder how it comes you couldn't figure it out by yourself (even if the subject is physics/chemistry/biology-related).
🛠 PROJECTS OF THE WEEK
Aviator is a suite of tools to avoid broken builds, manage stacked PRs, simplify cumbersome merge processes and suppress flaky tests. Put your mundane, frustrating workflows on autopilot - Read more »
Hack to get Github Copilot working in the terminal with bash- So you got tired of AI just suggesting code edits, and now you want it to help you run code, too. Silly human, you have come to the right place. This will take five steps - Read more »
Query SQLite files in S3 using s3fs. This VFS enables reading databases from S3 using s3fs. This only supports reading operations, any operation that tries to modify the DB file is ignored - Read more »
version-checker is a Kubernetes utility for observing the current versions of images running in the cluster, as well as the latest available upstream. These checks get exposed as Prometheus metrics to be viewed on a dashboard, or soft alert cluster operators - Read more »
💼 OPEN JOBS OF THE WEEK
Software Engineer @Docker
AWS, Go, Docker

🌎 Remote, Europe
Read more »
Senior Engineering Manager @Webflow
AWS, Kubernetes, Python

🌎 Remote, Americas
Read more »
DevOps Engineering Manager @HackerRank
AWS, Docker, Kubernetes

🌎 Remote, India
Read more »
Hand-picked DevOps opportunities to work from home, remotely, freelance, full-time, part-time, contract and internships - Read more »
🐦 TWEET OF THE WEEK
😂 MEMES OF THE WEEK
Share Share
Tweet Tweet
Forward Forward
Remember to share if you enjoyed this issue!
@devopsbulletin @devopsbulletin
devopsbulletin.com devopsbulletin.com
Copyright © 2022 DevOps Bulletin, All rights reserved.
Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list.

Key phrases

Older messages

Digest #68: Running DynamoDB in Production 🚀

Friday, September 9, 2022

Digest #68: Running DynamoDB in Production 🚀 #68: Running DynamoDB in Production What is observability and why should you care? Observability allows you to see more of what's going on in your code,

Digest #67: Kubernetes v1.25 🎉

Friday, September 2, 2022

Digest #67: Kubernetes v1.25 🎉 #67: Kubernetes v1.25 Join Snyk's Capture the Flag (CTF) 101 Workshop to learn how to solve web & pwn CTF challenges. Get live support from CTF experts in the

Digest #66: Become a Serverless Wizard 🎩

Thursday, August 25, 2022

Digest #66: Become a Serverless Wizard 🎩 #66: Become a Serverless Wizard Observability can help you understand your code in depth. Scout's new observability platform, coming September 2022, will

Digest #65: The True Cost of Kubernetes 💸

Thursday, August 18, 2022

Digest #65: The True Cost of Kubernetes 💸 #65: The True Cost of Kubernetes 🎧 PODCAST/WEBINAR OF THE WEEK In this episode of "The New Stack Makers", Webb Brown, CEO and co-founder of KubeCost,

Digest #64: Redis Explained 😁

Friday, August 12, 2022

Digest #64: Redis Explained 😁 #64: Redis Explained Scout APM is coming out with a brand new observability platform in September 2022. Request early access to be one of the first to get key insights

Register Today: Getting started with logging with the ELK Stack: A primer for beginners

Monday, October 3, 2022

elastic | Search. Observe. Protect Getting started with logging with the ELK Stack: A primer for beginners Register now Date & Time Thursday, October 20th, 2022 12:30 pm SGT, 3:30 pm AEDT Find my

SRE Weekly Issue #341

Monday, October 3, 2022

View on sreweekly.com A message from our sponsor, Rootly: Manage incidents directly from Slack with Rootly 🚒. Rootly automates manual tasks like creating an incident channel, Jira ticket and Zoom rooms

Stadia died because no one trusts Google — and Mandated diversity statement drives Jonathan Haidt to quit academic society

Sunday, October 2, 2022

Issue #908 — Top 20 stories of October 03, 2022 Issue #908 — October 03, 2022 You receive this email because you are subscribed to Hacker News Digest. You can open it in the browser if you prefer. 1

Tech Lead Digest #109: Your CTO Should Actually Be Technical

Sunday, October 2, 2022

And more news, tutorials and articles about building better teams, culture, and leadership in this week's issue. #109 — October 03, 2022 View in browser Tech Lead Digest Spread the word, build the

React Digest #376: Get in Zoomer, We're Saving React

Sunday, October 2, 2022

And more news, tutorials and articles about React in this week's issue. #376 — October 03, 2022 View in browser React Digest Spread the word, build the community, share the knowledge with your

Digest #71: Saving 50GB of Disk Space with One Character 😳

Sunday, October 2, 2022

Digest #71: Saving 50GB of Disk Space with One Character 😳 #71: Saving 50GB of Disk Space with One Character 📖 POSTS OF THE WEEK Building applications with Step Functions In this tutorial series, you

C# Digest #435: ASP.NET Core - Why async await is useful

Sunday, October 2, 2022

And more news, tutorials and articles about C# and .NET in this week's issue. #435 — October 03, 2022 View in browser C# Digest Spread the word, build the community, share the knowledge with your

Supercharge Accessibility & Why designers quit

Sunday, October 2, 2022

In this week's issue of Creativerly: Your agile iPad app for deft note-taking, where remote teams work together, a short notes manager, and a lot more. Creativerly Creativerly Supercharge

The Station - Geely's Europe expansion continues, Argo robotaxis on the Lyft app and Tesla AI Day takeaways

Sunday, October 2, 2022

TechCrunch Newsletter TechCrunch logo The Transportation logo By Kirsten Korosec Sunday, October 02, 2022 Welcome back to The Station, your central hub for all past, present and future means of moving

☁️ Azure Weekly #389 - 2nd October 2022

Sunday, October 2, 2022

Azure Weekly Newsletter Issue #389 powered by endjin Welcome to issue 389 of Azure Weekly. A recurring theme over the last few months has been "trimming IT budgets", and there's another