April digest

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Kubernetes is the POSIX of the cloud

Kubernetes is now THE standard for deploying applications into the cloud. If we checked all the capababilities, we would compare it to an operating system. The author explains that in this article.

Kubernetes is the POSIX of the cloud

When NOT To Use Apache Kafka

Apache Kafka is the de facto standard for event streaming to process data in motion. This blog post explores when NOT to use it.

When NOT To Use Apache Kafka

Prospective et retrospective pour deux décennies d’informatique (FR)

Que sera l’informatique dans 10 ans? Difficile à dire… Pour essayer d’y répondre ou tout du moins donner des orientations, l’auteur expose l’évolution de l’informatique des dix dernières années.

Prospective et retrospective pour deux décennies d’informatique

Transitional Architecture

The core to a successful legacy displacement is the gradual replacement of legacy with new software, as this allows benefits to deliver early and circumvent the risks of a Big Bang.

The authors expose here what could be a strategy to rejuvenate an application.

Transitional Architecture

My adventure with Helm as GitOps in a distributed architecture

Good feedback on how to handle Helm charts for distributed architecture. Different solutions are proposed with their pros and cons. At least you can find some infos for your need.

My adventure with Helm as GitOps in a distributed architecture

Python in the Browser

Yep, you read right, Python is coming to your browser. WASM is doing wonders nowadays and Python takes advantage of that. Will you browser be a complete ML lab, who knows! ;)

Python in the Browser

Pyscript Python in the Browser

Gitpod x JetBrains join forces to solve ‘works on my machine’ problem

Gitpod is getting trendy, especially with a nice integration in Gitlab. And it’s getting better with Jetbrain’s products (IntelliJ, PyCharm, etc.). It should give a nice remote development experience. Maybe in the near future, developers would only need a terminal :p

Gitpod x JetBrains join forces to solve ‘works on my machine’ problem

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