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Vue.js and TypeScript: Working Together like Peanut Butter and Jelly

Have you struggled to get TypeScript and Vue to play well together? Me too. Vue is a fantastic SPA framework, and TypeScript is a great way for catching errors faster....

Databases in the Microservices World

Web technologies have come leaps and bounds. But are you still using the tired old database from last generation?...

Service Mess to Service Mesh

In our quest to secure all the things, do we jump in too quickly? We’ll use Istio and Linkerd as example service meshes, and look at the features we would expect from a service mesh....

Database DevOps with Containers

Unlike CI/CD pipelines for applications, we can’t just delete the database and pop up a new one with each new version....

Container Scanning: Run Fast and Stay Safe

Have you struggled to get security baked into your DevOps process or have your security needs taken a back seat to “run fast and break things”?...

A Database DevOps Pipeline

Are your automation practices accounting for the database? How do you verify database software quality? Most importantly, how do you care for customer data as the schema evolves?...

JavaScript Tests in Node, the Browser, and CI

Good software practices don’t end just because you’re building a thick client in the browser. The JavaScript community is a flourishing boutique of high-quality tools and techniques....

Making Kubernetes How We Build Things

It’s day 2. The corporate k8s cluster is humming. Everything works perfectly in a local environment, but how do you connect the wires?...

Level-up Your DevOps with GitHub Actions and Kubernetes

Are you looking to rapidly deploy your content? Are Docker containers in your future? Come for this demo-only presentation where we start from scratch, live-code a Dockerfile, build up a DevOps pipeline in GitHub Actions, and deploy to Kubernetes....

The Definitive Deep Dive into the .git Folder

What’s in the .git folder? How are commits stored? How do branches work? We’ll dive deep into the objects folder, unpack commits, look at the types of DAG nodes, examine object content, and build a complete visualization of the stored content....
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