Julien Bisconti - Freelance Software Engineer specialized in Google Cloud

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This is the feedback that I sent to someone who is trying to make it in the open source world. Today is Sunday, I don’t have a lot of free time, so here it is: Since I know how hard it is to thrive in open source, please allow me to be brutally honest in the feedback. I might use strong words but it’s because I try to make you understand how to succeed in your project.
1 day free event workshop in Stockholm It’s a one day event where anybody can attend for free in order to see what’s available in the cloud build by Google. Here is what the summary of that day. At 8.00 sharp, the doors open to many people who were already waiting. By waiting I mean playing with their phone, like I’m doing right now because I’m writing this blog post. The presentation starts and it is a very well polished, very high level with technical anecdotes.
The era of the terminal Looking back at the time of the mainframe with dummy terminal clients and their black/green screen, it makes me wonder if things really change that much. I guess it’s like in everything, some things change, some don’t. Deal with it. If you spend a decent amount of time in a terminal, you might have realized that there are some tasks that are tedious and error prone such as copy pasting a super long string (ssh public key) or some pods name from a kubernetes cluster.
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