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Cloud native with Saiyam - The rise of mastodon

Saiyam Pathak
Saiyam Pathak
A note first before we dive into the actual topic: There have been massive layoffs globally, which is heartbreaking. Everyone should share job opportunities and respect other people’s time and emotions.
The past couple of weeks have been quite crazy; from blue checks to $8, it’s been chaos in the social media world. IMO this has shown that nothing is permanent and anything can happen at a point in time. In today’s world, you cannot be dependent on anything too much; another example from India was TikTok, people made it a career (nothing wrong with it ), but when it shut down, it became a nightmare. You should always be open to trying out new platforms and if you are in content creation stuff, crossposting to multiple platforms also makes sense.
With these recent events, there has been a rise in the adoption of a new decentralised microblogging platform called Mastodon. So it is a platform with many servers you can join; after becoming part of one server, you can also make friends on other servers. You can also host your mastodon instance and create a community, which is what I did; I created a cloud native mastodon server powered by Civo, which is almost a 1k community already.
So join the awesome community and be part of that bubble.
My work:
My upcoming Conferences/Talks
  • Open source summit, Japan with my wife - the cloud native power couple will be on the stage maybe with baby :D
  • KubeDay, Japan
  • DevOpsDays India - I will be there as an organizer and it will be super fun so make sure to get your tickets today.
  • Civo Navigate - I am trying hard to make this the best technology conference so you need to be there to experience it.
Now let’s get to the fantastic content by the community.

Kubesimplify Updates
Kubesimplify community never miss to surprise me!
We have recently announced 6 new ambassadors and really excited to see how they come up with new ideas and contributions to scale the community.
The Everything about KCNA recording is up on YouTube now.
We launched a new project -> ksctl : A Simple Multi-Environment Kubernetes management CLI tool. This is GoLang based CLI so if you are interested, get involved and contribute.
A new blog in the WASM ecosystem also went out - Embed HTTP servers in WASM with Rust and CSharp by Philippe Charrière.
Reach out if you want to contribute a blog or want to create a course on Kubesimplify’s YouTube channel.
Follow Kubesimplify on HashnodeTwitter and Linkedin. Join our Discordserver to learn with us.
Videos
Sponsored content
News and Announcements
Nice November reads
Learning resources/repositories
  • stlite - Python web app framework for the fast development of data apps. This project is to make it run completely on web browsers.
  • autograft - Dynamically generate Grafana dashboard based on Prometheus metrics
  • aya - Aya is an eBPF library for the Rust programming language, built with a focus on developer experience and operability.
  • murre - Murre is an on-demand, scaleable source of container resource metrics for K8s.
  • Free Hands on introduction to Go course till Feb 2023
Learn from Twitter
erikaheidi@fosstodon.org ✨ 1️⃣3️⃣
With @github actions you can create automated workflows to execute code in your repository. Let's have a look at 4 important components you should understand to make the most out of this feature and create your own actions:

1️⃣ Actions
2️⃣ Workflows
3️⃣ Triggers
4️⃣ Action Secrets https://t.co/jUTBPXgtxQ
Saiyam Pathak
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One common issue I see, is people keep asking for projects in DevOps and keep searching.
First, you need to stop your search at some point and actually follow something - a course, blog, video, or documentation and finish it. You need to FINISH it!
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