Hey folks, we had a ton of initiatives last month, and hopefully, you have taken advantage of them. There are more things to come this month as well.
This newsletter is packed with resources, announcements, and events that you can join to level up your technical and non-technical skills.
- Practice your coding skills with Wilco and win prizes up to INR 125,000. We are running this event throughout August, so make sure to take advantage and level up your coding journey.
- We are giving away Travel Funds for Kubecon to folks who do amazing work in and around the cloud-native community. The applications close on 14th August. Apply soon.
- We have created roadmaps for various tech domains with the help of experts in the field. We will be creating more roadmaps in the future as well. You no longer need to ask "How do I get started with XYZ technology?"
- We've crossed 200 articles on hashnode with the tag BlogsWithCC. Check out all the articles written by the community.
- Read José Alberto Flores' story on how they saw changes as opportunities and their journey in the software industry.
- Most people struggle with time management, whether they are professionals or students. Here are some tips to better manage your time.
- New developers often make mistakes during their job search. Here are some common mistakes and how you can avoid them.
- The OSI model is an important concept to know for computer networks, and the more modern TCP/IP model is based on it.
- Mistakes are inevitable, but you can avoid some of them by hearing others' experiences. Here are some mistakes to avoid in college and career.
- What should you do during your second year of college? Here is a second-year roadmap that you can follow to enhance your profile.
- How can you make your resume stand out? Here are some tips which can help you make a great resume.
- Learn how to understand your API quickly by Swagger, some of the common mistakes, and best practices
- We had a conversation with David Flanagan or Rawkode about how DevOps has evolved over the years.
- Let's learn about OPAL, an open-source administration layer for Open Policy Agent (OPA) that allows you to easily keep your authorization layer up-to-date in real-time.
- OpenCost is a vendor-neutral open source project for measuring and allocating infrastructure and container costs in real-time.
- Many folks face rejections and get demotivated by them. Here is a talk from Open Source Summit NA 2022, on how rejections can make you a better leader.
- Pulumi is an open-source tool that lets you build infrastructure as code in familiar programming languages leading to reduced complexity and faster innovation.
- What is DevOps, and why is it a popular career choice?
- We had a Twitter Space with the team at Nhost where we talked about Backend as a Service or BaaS. Check out the recording on YouTube
- How to become a backend software engineer and get a high-paying job irrespective of your degree?
- What is Everything as Code and How to Get Started?
- What are experiential interviews, and how do we prepare for those? Listen to the discussion we had with an amazing panel in our Twitter Space session with Sema, where they shared some of their best practices for interviews
- We had a Twitter Space with David Flanagan on how Infrastructure as Code is helping in solving some of the industry's challenges, answered some great questions, and shared some of the best practices. Check out the recording on YouTube.
- Let's learn how you can measure your Argo Workflow costs with the help of Kubecost, the Kubernetes cost monitoring tool built on open source.
Published projects will get you interviews. Computer science skills will land you the job. Learn backend development with boot.dev and be job ready at your own pace!
- The Dev Innovation Summit invites 3,000+ Dev Professionals to discover and learn about the newest developer technology innovations.
- TechMids Conf is an all-day full stack conference made up of all your favorite meetups from Brum.js to Fusion, to Golang, to DevOps, and everything in-between.
- Kubesimplify Workshops are live workshops covering various cloud-native concepts by industry experts.
- Learn cloud-native with Kubesimplify Workshops
- Backend Engineer at Juro
- Full Stack Engineer at Revel
- Technical Project Manager at Rune Labs
- Developer Relations Manager at Aptos
Tweets of the week
- Tips for building your network
- Big does not always mean better.
That's all folks. Hope you learned something new today. We are coming up with new initiatives all the time, so stay tuned for them. In the meantime, build some projects, contribute to open source, join communities and connect with people.