Post Roundup for the Last Few Weeks

Like many of you, the last few weeks have been difficult and different for me and mine. I’ve still been out writing, and I have a few posts scattered to the winds that I’d like to tell you about.

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What is AI Ops? A practical explanation

The folks at Scalyr asked me to talk about AI Ops this week. AI Ops is a newer term, but it’s an exciting idea that could unlock some very powerful technology down the road. I had a good time talking about what I know and where I think the tech might go.

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What's the difference between Jest and Enzyme?

Testing UIs can be difficult, complicated work. Thankfully, there are great frameworks to give you a boost as you get started. Over at Testim, I take a look at the difference between two libraries: Jest and Enzyme. Give it a read and maybe try one out in your next project.

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How to manage security debt as a startup

When you’re trying to get a startup off the ground, security can often fall by the way side. This presents all sorts of problems down the line, when your customers expect that you’re keeping their data safe. Over at Sqreen, I talk about how to manage Security Debt for your startup so that you don’t dig a hole right out of the gate.

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How to Scope a Data Engineering Project

It’s easy to embark on Data Engineering projects only to find that halfway through, you’re lost with no way out. This is a common experience for many Data Engineers, but most can’t or won’t do the work to make sure the project is scoped correctly before they dive in. Fortunately, that process doesn’t have to be hard. I outline how to scope a data engineering project over at DataOpsZone this week.

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Writing SQL-style Where queries in C#

I really enjoy working in C#, and one of my favorite features is their support for Where-style queries directly in code, through LINQ. Over at SubMain this week, I dove into how to use those queries, and some things you should know if you’re just learning them. Give it a read!

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Kubernetes and Docker

I spent some time recently writing about the DevOps world. It was a chance to dive into Kubernetes and Docker from a beginner’s perspective. If you’re looking to learn about these two great tools, here’s your chance.

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Infrastructure As Code

I recently spent some time talking about Infrastructure as Code. What is it? How does it work? How can it benefit your business?

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Docker Images vs. Containers

The good folks at Stackify were hoping to clear up some confusion around Docker. They thought it’d be a good idea for me to lay out the differences between a Docker Image and a Docker Container, so I did a little writeup. Check it out!

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Welcome to the blog!

I’ve been doing quite a bit of writing on the internet these last few months, and felt like now was a good time to start collecting those posts. If you’ve read all the way back to this post, you’ve found the beginning. There’s no more to see!

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