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Docker Compose and Kubernetes with Docker for desktop

Mike Coleman, Docker Technology Evangelist, writing on the Docker blog: If you’re running an edge version of Docker on your desktop (Docker for Mac or Docker for Windows Desktop), you can now stand up a single-node Kubernetes cluster with the click of a button. If you are running Docker for Mac or Docker for Windows, you now have a fully compliant Kubernetes cluster at your fingertips without installing any other tools.

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DevOps_Tear Down That Wall

For the longest time, there was a wall dividing developers and operations. Find out what it took to tear that wall down and embrace DevOps as a cultural practice. This episode explores why that matters for the command line heroes of tomorrow. — Episode 4: DevOps_Tear Down That Wall Command Line Heroes, a new podcast from Red Hat, takes you on a journey of epic true tales of the developers, hackers, and open source rebels revolutionizing the tech landscape. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts or head to to learn more.

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An interactive, explorable explanation about the peculiar magic of sound waves

This interactive guide introduces and explores waveforms. It covers how to read waveform graphs, goes over the fundamental physics of sound, teaches how it relates to music and harmony, and demonstrates how to build complex tones from simple ones. Even if you don't care how waveforms work, check it out for the quality of the experience alone. Built with React, Styled Components, and SVG.

logged by @jerodsanto 2018-02-16T14:12:00.011027Z permalink #learn #react #javascript

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Ember team releases version 3.0 of their ambitious web framework

Today the Ember project is releasing version 3.0.0 of Ember.js, Ember Data, and Ember CLI. Ember 3.0 doesn't introduce any new functionality, instead it focuses the framework by removing long-deprecated APIs and support for legacy platforms. A major version release with no new functionality: bold move. Perhaps a winning strategy if it can garner similar praise as Apple's Snow Leopard update to macOS (nee OS X). Ember is like the Energizer Bunny of web frameworks. Can you believe the team has been working on it since 2011? That's like forever in webdev-years.

logged by @jerodsanto 2018-02-15T19:34:00.009864Z permalink #ember #javascript

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The complete guide to low-risk Continuous Delivery

Adopting Continuous Delivery can bring a lot of benefits, but deploying to production can be filled with uncertainty. Learn how to reduce the risks with the right culture, architecture, and tooling to deploy early and often. Check out this free guide as we explore a better way to do CI/CD. In this guide, we’ll explore: How to lower risk through culture, architecture, and tooling. Characteristics of post deploy tools for Continuous Delivery. Importance of automation in enabling fast resolution times.

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What does a developer advocate do?

Lorna Jane Mitchell, on the role of a developer advocate: The less-visible part of the role is probably the most technical part. People rarely think of the gregarious advocates they see on stage or tweeting as being technical but we are, probably more than you expected. I write sample code and internal tools, but better than that: it's my business to wade in and improve anything that would make life easier for developers. An advocate is just that, someone who acts on another's behalf — a role that requires a variety of skills: The job requires a really weird mix of skills, and like most advocates I'm endlessly delighted to find that there's a job that combines such a great combination of stuff I like to do! The role varies a lot between jobs, and also between weeks — it's a little bit of everything.

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Replace jQuery with Vue.js without requiring a build step

What some people don't not know is that you can incorporate Vue into your project the same way that you would incorporate jQuery, no build step necessary. You don’t have to rewrite the HTML in JavaScript, you don’t have to use webpack, and you don’t have to set up a giant system. In this post Sarah Drasner covers common jQuery use cases and how to switch them over to Vue, and why you'd even want to.

logged by @adamstac 2018-02-15T04:23:57.280448Z permalink #javascript #jquery #vue

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What I wish I knew when I became CTO

From David Mack, CTO and co-founder of SketchDeck: You can accumulate responsibility faster than you can learn how to harness it. I now appreciate that the infrastructure, frameworks, and languages you choose will stick with you for a really long time. Only hire when you feel you’re completely desperate for the role. Hire to keep up with growth, not to generate it. I really appreciated David's thoughts on hiring.

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The two faces of AMP

Tim Kadlec shares concerns about Google's Accelerated Mobile Pages: It wouldn’t bother me if AMP was open about what it is: a tool for folks to optimize search engine placement. But of course, that’s not the claim. The claim is that AMP is "for the open web." If AMP is truly for the open web, de-couple it from Google search entirely. It has no business there. If AMP makes performance better, that’s fantastic! Let’s incentivize good performance in the rankings. Let’s incentivize the goal, not the tool. There's a lot of speculation on what AMP is and isn't. Tim does a great job of breaking this down.

logged by @adamstac 2018-02-14T20:28:36.519461Z permalink #amp

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Microsoft adopts Blazor, adds another piece to the WebAssembly/.NET puzzle

.NET is getting ever-closer to running in the browser thanks to Blazor, an experimental web UI framework where you write C#/Razor and HTML and it compiles to WebAssembly. Blazor started out as a personal project by Microsoft engineer, Steve Sanderson. But now it's getting the "official" designation and has been moved to the aspnet org on GitHub.

logged by @jerodsanto 2018-02-14T14:29:00.008108Z permalink #wasm #dotnet

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50 shades of Go

The gotchas of Go that will get you if you don't get them first — traps, gotchas, and common mistakes... Kyle Quest: A lot of these gotchas may seem obvious if you took the time to learn the language reading the official spec, wiki, mailing list discussions, many great posts and presentations by Rob Pike, and the source code. Not everybody starts the same way though and that's OK. If you are new to Go the information here will save you hours debugging your code. This post covers Go 1.5 and below.

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