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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How SREs can achieve effective incident response
Jun21

How SREs can achieve effective incident response

How SREs can achieve effective incident response Robert Kimani Tue, 06/21/2022 – 03:00 Register or Login to like Register or Login to like Incident response includes monitoring, detecting, and reacting to unplanned events such as security breaches or other service interruptions. The goal is to get back to business, satisfy service level agreements (SLAs), and provide services to employees and customers. Incident response is the...

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7 summer book recommendations from open source enthusiasts
Jun21

7 summer book recommendations from open source enthusiasts

7 summer book recommendations from open source enthusiasts Joshua Allen Holm Tue, 06/21/2022 – 03:00 1 reader likes this 1 reader likes this It is my great pleasure to introduce Opensource.com’s 2022 summer reading list. This year’s list contains seven wonderful reading recommendations from members of the Opensource.com community. You will find a nice mix of books covering everything from a fun cozy mystery to...

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How I use the attr command with my Linux filesystem
Jun20

How I use the attr command with my Linux filesystem

How I use the attr command with my Linux filesystem Seth Kenlon Mon, 06/20/2022 – 03:00 Register or Login to like Register or Login to like The term filesystem is a fancy word to describe how your computer keeps track of all the files you create. Whether it’s an office document, a configuration file, or thousands of digital photos, your computer has to store a lot of data in a way that’s useful for both you and it....

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What you need to know about site reliability engineering
Jun20

What you need to know about site reliability engineering

What you need to know about site reliability engineering Robert Kimani Mon, 06/20/2022 – 03:00 Register or Login to like Register or Login to like What is site reliability engineering? The creator of the first site reliability engineering (SRE) program, Benjamin Treynor Sloss at Google, described it this way: Site reliability engineering is what happens when you ask a software engineer to design an operations team. What does...

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