A long pause after creating the last linkdump. Not sure why, because I read a lot. So this time some of my readings on Kubernetes, Security and Vim.
* Interesting career: Lessons from My Strange Journey into InfoSec * Developer Tools are very useful for all kind of users. I like them to troubleshoot webpages, IBM Connections and more. Essential Chrome Developer Tools: Beginner to Master * Replacement for WebSphere and JBoss? Why Kubernetes is The New Application Server - RHD Blog * Some networking for Kubernetes. Think Before you NodePort in Kubernetes - Oteemo * Maybe to late for me (on the crazy part). How to Use Slack and Not Go Crazy | Inside PSPDFKit * Basics about writing good shell scripts. 13 Tips & Tricks for Writing Shell Scripts with Awesome UX * I think I work mostly on the console within tmux or ssh sessions. ZSH is great to speed me up and gives me a colorful fast console. How to Setup ZSH and Oh-my-zsh on Linux * Jupyter notebooks are great to get python or analytics into powerful and dynamic documents, but it also very useful with scripts, SQL and so on. Jupyter: notebooks for education and collaboration * A new topic for me, but a good starting point on Deep Learning. A “weird” introduction to Deep Learning * I use it little longer, now after 15 years it feels familar, but every minute is worth invested into learning VIM. You can get very very fast. Nine months with Vim * Interesting for vim users, but also for managing dotfiles and projects with sub git repositories.
git submodule is really cool and I long ignored it. Synchronizing plugins with git submodules and pathogen * German, but quite interesting: DevOps als Treiber für agiles und schlankes IT-Servicemanagement
Addition - not a read, but watch it
Since my last post Martin Leyrer did a really interesting and entertaining talk during Gulasch Programmiernacht . If you wanna learn new commandline tools and extend your console knowledge, watch it!
It’s in austrian/viennese!