How I sketchnote with open source tools
Jun24

How I sketchnote with open source tools

How I sketchnote with open source tools Amrita Sakthivel Fri, 06/24/2022 – 03:00 3 readers like this 3 readers like this Sketchnoting, also called visual notetaking, is a method of taking notes using illustrations, symbols, graphic layouts, and text. It’s meant to be a creative and engaging way to record your thoughts. It can work well in your personal life as well as in your work life. You don’t need to be an artist...

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Create a more diverse and equitable open source project with open standards
Jun24

Create a more diverse and equitable open source project with open standards

Create a more diverse and equitable open source project with open standards Paloma Oliveira Fri, 06/24/2022 – 03:00 1 reader likes this 1 reader likes this This article is intended to serve as a reference so that you can understand everything you need to be proud of your repository and make your open source project more open. By using open standards, an open source project improves its quality and shareability, since such...

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Applying smart thinking to open organization principles
Jun23

Applying smart thinking to open organization principles

Applying smart thinking to open organization principles Ron McFarland Thu, 06/23/2022 – 03:00 1 reader likes this 1 reader likes this Habits have an unfair reputation of being bad things that need to be stopped. But consider this: Automation and habits have many things in common. First, they’re both repetitive. They’re done over and over, the exact same way. More importantly, they reduce costs (both cost per piece...

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How to use a circuit breaker pattern for site reliability engineering
Jun23

How to use a circuit breaker pattern for site reliability engineering

How to use a circuit breaker pattern for site reliability engineering Robert Kimani Thu, 06/23/2022 – 03:00 Register or Login to like Register or Login to like Distributed systems have unique requirements for the site reliability engineer (SRE). One of the best ways to maintain site reliability is to enforce a certain set of best practices. These act as guidelines for configuring infrastructure and policies. What is a circuit...

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Manage your Rust toolchain using rustup
Jun22

Manage your Rust toolchain using rustup

Manage your Rust toolchain using rustup Gaurav Kamathe Wed, 06/22/2022 – 03:00 2 readers like this 2 readers like this The Rust programming language is becoming increasingly popular these days, used and loved by hobbyists and corporations alike. One of the reasons for its popularity is the amazing tooling that Rust provides making it a joy to use for developers. Rustup is the official tool used to manage Rust tooling. Not only...

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A site reliability engineer’s guide to change management
Jun22

A site reliability engineer’s guide to change management

A site reliability engineer’s guide to change management Robert Kimani Wed, 06/22/2022 – 03:00 2 readers like this 2 readers like this In my previous article, I wrote about incident management (IM), an important component of site reliability engineering. In this article, I focus on change management (CM). Why is there a need to manage change? Why not simply just have a free-for-all where anyone can make a change at any...

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