If you’re using Docker, the next natural step seems to be Kubernetes, aka K8s: that’s how you run things in production, right? Well, maybe. Solutions designed for 500 software engineers working on the same application are quite different than solutions for 50 software engineers. And both will be different from solutions designed for a team of 5. If you’re part of a small team, Kubernetes probably isn’t for you: it’s a lot of pain with very little benefits. Let’s see why.
Here’s a handy little snippet of code which allows anyone to edit your content… Granted, this could be used in a malicious manner, it’s still kinda cool to play with. […]
This program will fetch, download, and save the 100 hottest wallpapers from the r/wallpaper subreddit to a folder in your computer. It can also optionally remove low-quality images, and then […]
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Report the historical and statistical real time of the system, keeping it between restarts. Like uptime command but with more interesting output. Was this post helpful? Let us know if […]