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InRhythm’s Cloud Engineering Digest: Cloud world news, Git, Splunk and 10 books to read in 2019

InRhythm’s Cloud Engineering Digest: Cloud world news, Git, Splunk and 10 books to read in 2019

by Nick Logvynenko | June 11, 2019 | 0

May was pretty quiet, but the JVM/cloud world is moving forward. Gloo is a feature-rich, Kubernetes-native ingress controller, and next-generation API gateway. Pivotal continues improvement of Spring Cloud Data Flow and releases 2.1 GA version. This lib got few major updates in a last month and seems it’s priority for Pivotal Git 2.22 released Microsoft […]

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Learnings and Key Takeaways: InRhythm’s Learning and Growth Newsletter

by Gunjan Doshi | June 5, 2019 | 0

June 4th: What I learned at A-Fest Portugal Last week I spent some time in the beautiful southern region of Algarve, Portugal for a global conference known as A-Fest, hosted by Mindvalley. Each year, the event hosts an invite-only community of 2000+ people from 50+ countries to step away from the daily grind and come together to connect, […]

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A call for compassion: InRhythm’s Learning and Growth Newsletter

by Gunjan Doshi | May 24, 2019 | 0

May 21st: Can there be compassion in code? Compassion is defined as feeling or showing empathy and concern for others. It literally means “to suffer together,” and amongst researchers, is known as the feeling that arises when you are confronted with another’s suffering and then feel compelled to relieve it.  Though I hope you’ve never experienced any form of suffering throughout […]

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Service Workers and PWAs: InRhythm’s Learning and Growth Newsletter

by Gunjan Doshi | May 13, 2019 | 0

May 7th: How do Service Workers Work? Only recently did designer Frances Berriman and Google Chrome engineer Alex Russell coin the term “progressive web apps.” In 2015 the pair introduced PWAs as a way to describe how apps will leverage new features supported by modern browsers, including service workers and web app manifests, which allow users to still use their native operating system (OS), but […]

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Browser Extensions and Bookmarklets: InRhythm’s Learning and Growth Newsletter

by Gunjan Doshi | May 1, 2019 | 0

April 23rd: Do You Control Your Browser? Stanley Kubrick predicted first contact in his film 2001: A Space Odyssey and introduced a now-iconic, silver-tongued psychopathic A.I. by the name of “HAL” (1 character below “IBM”—get it?), but all we got in our own 2001 was United States v. Microsoft Corp. Some liked it and some didn’t but what everyone agreed on was that our freedom to […]

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The Expanding Vision of VR: InRhythm’s Learning and Growth Newsletter

by Gunjan Doshi | April 25, 2019 | 0

April 12th: VR-room At InRhythm we’re constantly experimenting with new technologies, both within our internal teams and with our clients on the cutting-edge projects they’re working on. Virtual Reality (or VR) is one trend that we’ve been following very closely; while overly optimistic predictions abound, the promise of the technology is real. One of the […]

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