July 30, 2020
Some quick logs for the progress, solutions & resources around the first set of node-reviewer-group mentorship program tasks.
kubernetes/kubernetesgithub repository. Use
--depthflag for quick light download.
July 19, 2020
The Google’s Site Reliability Enginnering is the one of the books, that have been recommended or talked about by almost all the experienced DevOps, SRE, or cloud/infrastructure engineers, I ever got a chance to have a conversation.
Even in some of my recent interviews, there were discussions around the book. So, I no longer need any more facts to convice myself that this book is certainly a must read not only...
July 04, 2020
Yesterday, I started reading this book, The Biggest Bluff: How I Learned to Pay Attention, Master Myself, and Win, by Maria Konnikova. So far, I’ve finished four chapters from the book. And I think it will take me some time to finish it!
Thank you jasonbraganza, for recommending this book!
Below are some excerpts from the chapters (I’ve read so far), that I want to put here for...
June 29, 2020
Here is a sample
Go application which creates a connection with Redis data structure store. The app increments a
counter, on every new incoming request & retains the count.
make buildto compile the binary.
DEMO_APP_ADDR: Address where the app should listen to
DEMO_REDIS_ADDR: Address where...
June 16, 2020
Okay, finally I’m here writing something technical. I’m still not sure what’s gonna be the flow but I’m keeping my hopes high (
or otherwise I'll strike it once I'm done XD).
Actually this post is gonna be my talk-notes for the Liz Rice’s talk What Have Namespaces Done for You Lately? So, everything written later in the post is entirelly credited to Liz Rice who in-turn thanks Julian Friedman...
June 5, 2020
Apart from the daily office working hours, nowadays, I’m devoting a good part of my day, actually working on constructing some good habits in myself (oh yea, definitely, meanwhile improving the bad ones).
To me, reading books, writing morning pages, daily journal, taking occassional hand-written notes and doing my meditation, I consider all of these as the best things, that I’ve built & earned over past few months. And...
May 29, 2020
My first ever book notes!
Book: Getting Past No! (Negotiating in Difficult Situations) Author: Willian Ury
(I’m happy they are useful and they look equally beautiful.)
May 23, 2020
I always saw this incomplete, half written draft about my experience applying to Outreachy internship, lying in one corner of my folder. At first I thought I should just delete it because I’m already done with the internship & I’ve already written my wrap-up post describing a little about my experience. But then I just couldn’t do it only.
May 10, 2020
Too tired to write a detailed technical blogpost today. So, will try to keep it short & simple, and just writing about some updates here.
I gave my first ever talk yesterday. It finally happened! (this is a note for myself :P).
I procastinated for how long I don’t even remember now. Even I don’t know if it was just procastination or was accompanied by my some more lame thoughts...
April 27, 2020
Yesterday, I wrote a post around writing custom GCP type providers.
That post basically provided a solution to one of the problems I faced while deploying a resource (a private dataproc cluster with a Presto installation on it) on GCP for which there was no official GCP type provider available.
Today’s post is just an extension with a similar use-case, where again, I needed to write a custom GCP type provider,...