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I love podcasts, I’m addicted for sure here is a list of some of my favourites. If you have any cool podcasts please share in the comments below, thanks.
Za Dev chat is local South African series where Kenneth Kalmer and friends div into the technicalities of software engineering. I was a guest on episode 33.
A podcast by Andreessen Horowitz. If you are interested in current affairs in the tech space from a global perspective, these guys are sharp.
Responsive Web Design Podcast
Karen McGrane and Ethan Marcotte interview companies who have undergone the process of upgrading legacy non-responsive websites into fully fledge responsive websites. They dig into technical and non-technical aspects of site builds.
Shop talk show
Chris Coyer, say no more author of CSS Tricks, this podcast is a mix of audio and video on all aspects of web design and development.
Whitney Johnson interviews one on one with celebrity/accomplished CEO’s, inventors, writers, makers, and she gets them to divulge their secrets to their success.
How I Built This
Hack to Start
The split method separates the string into substrings, which are separated by a given separator. The separator can be a blank space, comma or whatever you need.
The reverse method changes the order of the element in the array in situ at call time. The zeroeth element will become the last element in the array and the last element the first in the array.
The join method will recombine all the given items in the array and then return the array.
Here are some useful kubernetes commands for future to me to look back on and remember. Maybe you find them useful too.
kubectl get po
kubectl get po -w
-w is for watch so you can watch your pods die and come back to life
kubectl create -f myawesomeconfig.yml
kubectl delete my-not-so-awesome-deployment
exec into pod
ssh into pod to do terminal stuff like working with your interactive Python, PHP or node shells
kubectl exec -ti my-awesome-app-1234 bash
kubectl get sv
kubectl get services
kubectl logs my-awesome-app
decribe pods, get detailed information about the pods status
kubectl describe po my-awesome-app