Linkdump Week 42 / 2020

by Christoph Stoettner
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https://mkaz.blog/working-with-vim/vimwiki/[VimWiki – Working with Vim – mkaz.blog   icon:external-link[], window=_blank]:: I switched for daily notes and diary entries to Vimwiki. I like the fast access and combine it with gollum to display in the browser. In the article you find shortcuts and tipps for working with the todo function.

https://cloudberry.engineering/article/dockerfile-security-best-practices/[Dockerfile Security Best Practices - Cloudberry Engineering   icon:external-link[], window=_blank]:: Container security is a broad problem space and there are many low hanging fruits one can harvest to mitigate risks. A good starting point is to follow some rules when writing Dockerfiles.

https://www.elastic.co/blog/how-many-shards-should-i-have-in-my-elasticsearch-cluster[How many shards should I have in my Elasticsearch cluster?   icon:external-link[], window=_blank]:: If you are looking for practical guidelines around how many indices and shards to have in your cluster, this blog post will help you avoid common pitfalls.

https://alvinalexander.com//unix/edu/examples/grep.shtml[A BIG collection of Unix/Linux ‘grep’ command examples   icon:external-link[], window=_blank]:: Some very useful examples for grep

https://blog.intigriti.com/2020/10/14/bug-bytes-92-pwning-apple-for-three-months-xss-in-vuejs-hacking-salesforce-lightning-unicode-by%CD%A5tes/[Bug Bytes #92 - Pwning Apple for three months, XSS in VueJS, Hacking Salesforce Lightning & Unicode byͥtes - Intigriti   icon:external-link[], window=_blank]:: Bug Bytes is a weekly newsletter curated by members of the bug bounty community. The first series is curated by Mariem, better known as PentesterLand. Every week, she keeps us up to date with a comprehensive list of write-ups, tools, tutorials and resources. This issue covers the week from 04 to 11 of October. Intigriti […]

https://github.com/aceking007/Byte-Sized-Code[A collection of Jupyter notebooks for learning Python from the ground up.   icon:external-link[], window=_blank]:: A collection of Jupyter notebooks for learning Python from the ground up. - aceking007/Byte-Sized-Code

https://github.com/dastergon/postmortem-templates[A collection of postmortem templates   icon:external-link[], window=_blank]:: Postmortem templates

https://github.com/danluu/post-mortems[A collection of postmortems   icon:external-link[], window=_blank]:: Good source to write postmortems.

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Last week I didn’t find very useful links to read or articles to share. This week I read more books, so a recommendation for a book this week and two articles with awk basics.

https://www.packtpub.com/product/the-kubernetes-workshop/9781838820756[The Kubernetes Workshop   icon:external-link[], window=_blank]:: Still preparing for CKA, so I read a lot around Kubernetes. This book is brand new and the first chapters are already useful. I think it’s more detailled than the books I read about Kubernetes before.

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Another week is over, for a quite busy one. I’m still working on automating HCL Connections installation and think about creating pytests for these deployments. So here is the this weeks mix of my bookmarks, tools I used and articles I found interesting.

https://wizardzines.com/comics/bash-errors/[BASH errorhandling - wizard zines   icon:external-link[], window=_blank]:: Good intro on Bash errorhandling from Julia Evans

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It is Linkdump time again. I fixed some things during the week, so my https://github.com/Shaarli/Shaarli[Shaarli instance] can use the API now. I do a lot of research and reading on mobile devices (tablet and phone). Now I can share important articles through https://stakali.toneiv.eu/[Stakali] , add short notes and do followups on my other devices (tablet, computer). To automate the linkdump posts, I created a short https://gitlab.com/stoeps/shaarli2hugo[Python script to collect my saved bookmarks] (marked with the tag linkdump) and create an asccidoc document for my hugo instance. So I can do a quick review and post it.

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