KZK — Issue #1
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Drone IO — Jordi Coscolla — Medium — medium.com
Hey lately I have been experimenting again with a bit of all CI/CD systems, like Jenkins, GoCD and a new player that didn’t know about come up during the research of information. Please, give a warm…
This is pretty awesome tutorial, after a lot of trying to understand kubernetes tutorial, youtube videos and while I grasp the core concepts, was really hard to experiment with them. not anymore with this guide.
Software development teams often make decisions about software architecture or technological stack based on inaccurate opinions, social media, and in general on what is considered to be “hot”, rather than what actually might be useful
Founders share the revenue numbers behind their profitable apps, side projects, and businesses, and give in-depth interviews about how they did it.
Resources for independent developers to make money.
You don’t understand what kubernetes is and why seems that everybody uses it? this is the a 5 year old guide to kubernetes. Perfect to grasp the concepts.
Courses with interactive environments to use as playground while learning new technology
React Starter Kit is a project template for building fast, robust, and modular web applications. I used this in a couple of projects and was really fast, and I didn’t have to spend like two days to configure the fucking webpack and all the plugins.
Amazing work of @sendtex about how to train a CNN (Convolution neural network) to drive in GTA, this is the last video of 15, and on first videos he explains how everything works step by step.
At the beginning of the year, Kaggle creates a competition to detect lung cancer from 3D Images. The team that lead to the second place solution share how they make it step by step.
80’s, Hitler, KungFu, Eye lasers raptors, A hacker that wraps time… Best of the best!
This books is awesome, can convert on boring normal day and just by reading a bit start to laugh as a crazy motherfucker! Worth each cent.