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Cloud native with Saiyam - the M1 Max edition!!

Saiyam Pathak
Saiyam Pathak
Hello everyone, how is life treating you? I am writing this newsletter from Dubai! Yes, I decided to take the first ever vacation with my family in Dubai to relax and spend sometime with myself. Burnouts can lead to less productivity and I did not wanted to fall into the zone where instead of doing more, I end up doing even less. So if you get a chance, do take a moment to take sometime off and relax to recharge yourself.
Finally I was able to get my M1 max machine and I am totally loving it!
After KubeCon, now it’s the time to accelerate and create more useful stuff for the community. I have been planning a few things in form of videos, blogs and workshops for which you will start to see the announcements soon.
I am glad to announce that I have been highlighted as a featured speaker for Hashiconf Global conference that will be happening in LA.
Lets have a look at the awesome stuff happening in the cloud native space!

Kubesimplify updates
We have published 15 blogs and got over 23k+ view since the last edition of this newsletter. There is a new mini project of a CLI creation starting soon so make sure to join the discord if you want to get the hands on experience with your learnings.
Kubesimplify also did its first ever Twitter space recently and the next one is planned. It’s something special that is getting build with amazing community behind all the work, so be part of it NOW!!
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Sponsored Content
News and Announcements
Awesome reads(Since last edition)
Learning resources/repositories
  • fpgk8s - The easiest way to use FPGAs on Kubernetes.
  • datav - a modern APM, provide observability for your business, application and infrastructure
  • krew-wasm - way to write and distribute kubectl plugins based on WebAssembly
  • Harness Chaos Engineering Practitioner - Chaos Engineering course and certification
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Saiyam Pathak @saiyampathak

Kubernetes and cloud native

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