Infra: A Promising Way To Manage Kubernetes Users

Kubernetes is not a secure platform. Its implementation in production requires the integration of several components to ensure its security and good operation by both administrators and users. The management of cluster access is obviously an important point in the adoption of the platform. Several tools exist today to manage this critical security aspect. Infra … Read more

Manage your tasks with the Microsoft To Do API

One of the challenges of the modern enterprise is task management. How can organizations get visibility into a world of collaborative microwork where tasks are split up into individual toolchains and workflows with very little visible product? Some tasks don’t fit into project plans and often surface in an ad hoc, asynchronous manner. That doesn’t … Read more

Sprint Goals: How to Write, Manage, and Achieve

Sprint Goals as the Key to Efficient Decision-Making A business is made of decisions, and what drives great decision-making is indeed the gateway to a flourishing venture. Though companies have overlooked the value brought in by the sprint goals, this blog here is all about giving a brief account of Sprint Goals and how we … Read more

Atomic Pointers in Go 1.19. Easily manage shared resources | by Cheikh seck | Aug, 2022

Easily manage shared resources “Atomic”, in computer programming, refers to performing operations one at a time. Objective-C has atomic properties, it ensures safe read and writes to a property from different threads. In Objective-C, it is used with immutable types. This is because immutable types are really “recreated” in order to change it. In other … Read more

Manage morale, not metrics, for more effective engineering teams

The business leaders who hire engineering firms such as mine like to see the numbers, the metrics that claim to quantify the value we create. While they may not understand the esoteric subtleties of refactoring to improve readability and conciseness, they can appreciate when code coverage increases from 85% to 90%. The numbers are going … Read more

Manage a Red Hat MicroShift Cluster with Shipa

For developers working with low-resource environments that nevertheless wish to harness the full advantages of Kubernetes, the open-source Red Hat MicroShift project and Shipa (an application-as-code platform you can spin up for free) offer a rather compelling pairing. In this article, I’ll take you through the steps of using MicroShift to set up a lightweight … Read more

python – How to manage the same frame like 2 different objects importing it from the same file

My goal is to have stored in file one “Frame_Model.py”, importing it from “Main_Manager.py” and to use it multiple times as many times I need and use they like different objects storing for eachone their own variables some shared and other not shared, without loosing it after self.Destroy(). The reason is because my “Main_Manager.py” is … Read more

Introducing NEAR Document Cloud — A Decentralization Approach to Manage Documents

The Web3 way of managing documents The robust and trustless solution to sign, manage store, and modify documents. Everything is powered by the next-generation layer-one blockchain NEAR platform. Blockchain Choice Justification NEAR is not the most popular blockchain at the time of writing but it has a very good foundation to be chosen for a … Read more

How To Manage Multiple Docker Containers at Scale | by Matt Bentley | May, 2022

A guide for managing Docker containers at scale, including development, continuous integration, environment promotion, and DevSecOps Credit: docker.com With the rise of containers and container orchestrators, Docker has become a must-have skill for all modern-day programmers. This article is for anyone who builds custom container images from their application code, whether you are using Kubernetes … Read more