Week 27 - Issue #86
Some in the open-source community criticize GitHub for charging for its Copilot service, which assists developers with code completion. They argue that this appropriates open-source intellectual property and that developers who care about open-source software should cut ties with GitHub altogether.
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Vulnerability scanning is important to do before deploying anything, and Trivy is a helpful tool.
The edge is a new code word for a service offered by cloud providers, like AWS or Azure. In the context of web development, it refers to a platform's ability to render information quickly and reliably.
This article covers six essential SSH commands for managing remote machines: adding identities to the ssh-agent, connecting to new machines, forwarding the ssh-agent, connecting to multiple machines, allocating a pseudo-terminal, and enabling debug mode.
Perl is a high-level, weakly typed, interpreted language with garbage collection and excellent memory management. Its primary strength is in text processing, and it is very UNIX-friendly. Perl has a vibrant development community in CPAN, with a vast archive of Perl modules. Perl is the best run in single tasks - on its own, it is not a language with great performance.
This article walks through the process of setting up a Kubernetes cluster on AWS from scratch. It covers provisioning the necessary compute resources, configuring networking and security, and installing the software and configuration required to run a Kubernetes cluster.