In short, containers contain code and the resources needed to run the code, while container orchestration is the automation of the management tasks of many containers (clusters).
At first, learning to play the piano is a little easier than learning the guitar. With a piano, a beginner can simply start playing by pressing the keys, while with a guitar you’ll need some practice to get your fingers and hands strong enough to play the notes correctly.
Heroku is a cloud service provider and software development platform that allows developers to quickly deploy and scale applications without the need to consider infrastructure. Heroku is built on top of AWS (Amazon Web Services) and is a fully managed platform as a service (PaaS) where infrastructure management is abstracted away from developers so that they can focus on the development of their application.
PyCharm and Spyder are both cross-platform IDEs (Integrated Development Environments) featuring many helpful and intelligent features such as code completion, syntax highlighting and style analysis.
The tool came along in 2017 and is gradually becoming the "go-to" tool when it comes to code search.
Programming tutorials consist of three things: text, images, and code. Text should be readable, images should be pretty, and code should have syntax highlighting. It is way more time-consuming than it sounds: converting Markdown to HTML, you often find yourself spending more time trying to perfect the look and feel than writing the content.
So, you want to publish tutorials or technical articles, whether it’s for yourself or for a brand you manage. Creating and hosting your own blog from scratch is no easy task; luckily there are pre-built and managed platforms where you can publish your work without having to run your own site.
Both devices can be used in similar projects; however, because they are very different devices, one might be better than the other depending on your project’s requirements. Keeping the requirements of your project in mind, consider these factors when making your choice:
As I am learning programming skills I have thought it a good idea to have an ongoing project that I can work on while learning.
My process of learning is a bit all over the place at the moment but if you are here looking for a way to start I would recommend something like this:
Here is a list of project tutorials that will get you on the road to building your own Python projects in no time.
In this guide, we will go through the steps that I use when setting up and working with multiple remote repositories.
In this guide, I will explain the steps I took to manually install the Firefox webdriver on Linux(Debian) and configure the PATH to get selenium working correctly.
This is an easy to follow step by step guide that takes you through the whole publishing process so that the only thing you need to worry about is writing.
It is easy when we are immersed in our craft to forget about some of our responsibilities. For instance, when you start dropping balls because your code is taking priority over clean underpants. I am referring to hypothetical balls.
We become frustrated because what we produce is nothing near what we envisioned it to be. Because you have watched so many videos on the subject you can almost confidently reproduce what the masters do, in your mind. But when you practice it in reality your fingers don’t know the way yet.
We now have the choice to simply enjoy the evolving technology having no idea how it works, or be a part of the global team building it.
Anyway, I think it was a Pentium 4 with 2x 512mb ram, and I have no idea which graphics card. With a huge CRT screen ready for Counter-Strike 1.6 and Quake oh and Unreal Tournament. Man those were the days.
Although most of us can now work and tend to meetings in our underpants, we are starting to realize that working from home is not as much fun as we thought it would be.
I thought it to be a good idea to share my mistakes here so that fellow aspiring writers might learn from them and also improve on their writing.
In the fast-growing online world, more and more people are creating an online presence and living their lives publicly.
Except for the obvious part of physically feeling good and healthy as my fitness levels increased, I started feeling much better mentally.
What I do now, after brewing a fresh cup of coffee, I will start writing whatever comes to mind. Only committing to one word. One word quickly becomes a sentence that becomes a paragraph and before I know it I am writing.
Automation is quickly taking over repetitive tasks, freeing up space in our minds to think about how we can add more value to our loved opensource projects instead. Sounds great, doesn’t it?
Apart from how quick and easy it has become to write and run a program, working through the projects and realizing what can be achieved with just a few lines of code has changed my perspective completely
The first article that I wrote took me about 2 weeks to get published, mostly because I kept changing the content overthinking every word. It is definitely a different ball game, writing for the public eye.
I have accomplished quite a few things in the past few weeks and started using many new technical services. Everything from Markdown, a new way to format text documents, making a pull request on GitHub, publishing ebooks with LeanPub, building a Python game in my browser with Repl.it and PyGame, and gaining insight into the technical writing process.