- Why No HTTPS?
Beginning last week, Chrome now shows all sites served without HTTPS as "not secure". Troy Hunt and Scott Helme built a site to examine the world's most popular sites that remain insecure.
- Kubernetes is Now Available in Docker Desktop Stable Channel
Docker introduces Kubernetes support for Docker Desktop. If you're using Docker Desktop locally to build and test your container environment, you can now better replicate your production environment.
- Simplify Your CI Process with GitHub and Google Cloud Build
GitHub expands its continuous integration experience with integration into Google Cloud Build. Now GitHub will detect Dockerfiles in your repository and automatically suggest a compatible CI system from the GitHub Marketplace.
- Atlassian + Slack
Atlassian discontinues its chat apps, Hipchat and Stride. Slack acquires the intellectual property from those applications and promises to build improved integrations from Slack into Atlassian's remaining tools.
- The History of Kubernetes & the Community Behind It
Kubernetes just won the Most Impactful Open Source Project award at OSCON 2018. Brendan Burns, one of the founders of the Kubernetes project, takes a look back at the history: from its beginnings to version 1.0 to joining the Cloud Native Computing Foundation to today.
- SQL Server on Linux or in Docker Plus Cross-Platform SQL Operations Studio
SQL Server isn't just a Windows thing - Scott explains how you can run it on Linux, and even from a Docker image. Plus the new SQL Operations Studio is cross-platform, based on the open source Visual Studio Code.
- .NET Rocks: GraphQL with Cory House
GraphQL provides a query language for your API - a declarative way to indicate the data that you want from a server. Cory House explains GraphQL, what it does and how to use it.
- Talk Python: 1M Jupyter notebooks analyzed
Python is incredibly popular in data science, and Jupyter notebooks provide powerful ways to visualize and work interactively on projects. Adam Rule looked at how Jupyter notebooks are being used across data science.
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