August has been a great month for us and hopefully for everyone else as well. We had our first meetup, and some amazing announcements as well.
In this newsletter, we've added some great announcements, blogs, videos, and events that are worth checking out!
- We conducted the first Community Classroom Delhi meetup on 21st August 2022 and were joined by some amazing attendees across India. Check out the meetup highlights.
- We are running an Open Source fest with the amazing folks at Armo. You will be contributing to one of the Armo projects and at the end of September, propose your feature ideas. Check out the announcement video for all the details.
- We partnered up with Wilco to bring a challenge where you could win some great prizes! You can participate this month as well. Check out this video for all the details
- We've added the Android development and Blockchain roadmaps on our website. If you find a bug or want to suggest some improvements, you can open an issue on the GitHub Repository.
- If you are new to tech, you may be wondering about what all things encompass in the domain of Computer science. Spoiler, it's a lot. This article is a great place to get started in your CS journey.
- Measuring a developer's skill level can be difficult especially as there are no metrics. Here is a skill matrix that developers can use to asses their skill level.
- What exactly is Software and how do Software engineers work? This geat article answers this question gives you some insights into how software engineers work.
- Computer Science has a ton of jobs available. Trying to navigate all the available paths can be overwhelming. Here is a guide to software jobs and what they entail.
- A good resume is essential to getting hired, but it can be difficult to make. Here are some tips for building a great resume.
- With so many job boards out there, it can be confusing to know where to start when you’re looking for a programming job. Here are some great websites that can help out.
- You can scrape Twitter by building your own Twitter scraping tool. In this video let's see how to build a scraper using Selenium and SOAX residential proxies.
- In this video, we are going to learn how you can secure your Kubernetes code repositories with Kubescape to ensure Kubernetes security best practices before deploying to production.
- In this video, we are going to learn how Testkube by Kubeshop along with Argo CD can help us in achieving GitOps powered Kubernetes testing.
- In this video, we are going to learn how you can secure your Kubernetes YAML files with ValidKube + Kubescape to ensure Kubernetes security best practices.
- In this episode of the Open Source Cafe, Kunal discussed with YK how he grew his YouTube channel to millions of subscribers, along with content creation, learning in public, consistency, and more.
- In this tutorial, we are going to learn about Nhost with a complete React demo!
- Say goodbye to stale pull requests and take your Git/GitHub productivity to a whole new level. In this video, we are going to learn about Mergify, a tool that provides faster and safer code merge.
- What are some of the challenges with cloud-native testing? In this Twitter Space with Bruno from Kubeshop, we discussed cloud-native testing best practices and how Testkube helps perform end-to-end tests.
- What are some of the challenges with Kubernetes security? In this Twitter Space with the Armo team, we discussed Kubernetes security best practices and how Kubescape can help.
- What is Chaos Engineering? How did it start? How to get involved? In this episode of the Open Source Cafe, Kunal discussed Prithvi and Neelanjan from LitmusChaos about all things Chaos Engineering and the features that LitmusChaos has to offer.
- How do you make learning efficient? How to find the perfect roadmap and resources? In this video, Kunal shares how he learns new things and is more efficient.
- VMware Tanzu recently released The State of Observability which is a survey that collects information on how developers view observability. Here are some of our key takeaways.
- What is the common trait among high achievers in tech? In this episode of the Open Source Cafe, Kunal talked with Rahul from joinTaro.com, discussing all mentorship and how to excel in your career.
- What is the day-to-day of a CTO like? In this episode of the Open Source Cafe, we discussed with Shem Magnezi from Wilco about their journey as CTO and tech enthusiast.
- What goes into running a Backend as a Service company? In this episode of the Open Source Cafe, we discussed with Johan Eliasson from Nhost their journey and the benefits of using Backend as a Service.
- In this Twitter Space, we discussed with Guy and Udi from Komodor how to get started with Kubernetes and pitfalls to avoid and practices to embrace when running Kubernetes.
- Collaboration drives coding, whether it’s a small team or a giant open source project. See who you’re collaborating with on open source projects with Sema’s free GitHub Social Circle.
- How to find remote jobs and network with people? What is learning in public? In this episode of the Open Source Cafe, Francesco shared his experiences around remote work and careers and some tips for getting hired.
- This video covers a roadmap for your fourth year of college including tips for your learning journey, public profile, placements, remote jobs, and preparing for the future.
- This video covers a roadmap for your third year of college including tips for your learning journey, public profile, placements, and preparation for the future.
- In this episode of the Open Source Cafe, I discussed with Or Weis from Permit.io some of the challenges and best practices regarding permissions and access control.
- What happens to brick-and-mortar universities? What are some current issues with online learning? How do we solve the problem of external motivation? In this Twitter Space, we discussed with Lane Wagner from boot.dev about the future of CS education.
- Making your CFPs for a talk at an event can be daunting, especially if it's your first time. Karuna had a conversation with Mritunjay about CFPs, some best practices, and some tips. We were also joined by some special guests.
- In this Twitter Space, we invited GitHub Campus Experts from all over the world to answer questions you may have related to the GitHub campus expert program.
- Outreachy is an internship alternative for people part of underrepresented communities who face discrimination. Unnai along with Vani, talk about the program, how to apply, and some tips.
- Civo Navigate will bring together some of the brightest minds in cloud-native technology to provide a packed event with over 50 talks and workshops. You can get the Super Early Bird ticket right now!
- We are running a blogging challenge where you can win some hashnode swag and some sweet prizes. This month you can win a grand prize of INR 10k or a pair of Air Jordans.
- We are running an Open Source fest where you can contribute to projects to get real-world experience, and also get a 1500USD stipend if you are selected for the program. For more details check our website
- Participate in the Pulumi Challenges to build real-world applications with Pulumi, and win some swags along the way.
- 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.
Tweets of the week
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That's all for this newsletter folks. Let us know what you think. We are always happy to hear what you've learned so keep learning and building and share your achievements on Twitter and tag us!