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Five Harsh Truths About DevOps

A very interesting article written by my colleague Bas Pluim

DevOps can provide tremendous productivity improvements, but it’s not a panacea. As much as we’d want it to be the solution for all of our software development problems, here are five truths you should consider.

Link: devops.com

Adding HomeKit to incompatible devices with Homebridge

Adding HomeKit to incompatible devices with Homebridge 

Apple’s HomeKit system for communicating with smart-home devices started out slow, but it’s picked up steam in the past year. The first few smart-home devices in my house, alas, date from the before time

Link: sixcolors.com

Finding the best leather case for the iPhone X

Nice article, I have been looking around a lot to find the right one…

The iPhone X is a great smartphone with one, fairly large flaw: it’s delicate. Not only is its dual-sided glass design delicate, but it’s also fairly slippery. On top of that, the iPhone X is the most expensive iPhone to repair. At Apple, a screen replacement runs $279, while any other fix, including repairing the back of the phone, commands a heart-stopping $549. Purchasing AppleCare can reduce those costs dramatically, but even that isn’t cheap: two years of AppleCare is $199, plus $29 for each screen repair and $99 for other fixes. Basically, you don’t want to drop your iPhone X.

Link: Finding the best leather case for the iPhone X – The Verge

The Ten DevOps Commandments

Very nice list of tips to avoid the most common pitfalls when starting with DevOps

Just getting started with DevOps? Let this list guide you with some tips on your planning and process to ensure DevOps success
Link: dzone.com

Deploying Apps to Kubernetes on the IBM Cloud with Helm

Deploying Apps to Kubernetes on the IBM Cloud with Helm

Helm is the package manager for Kubernetes. With Helm you can very easily deploy applications, tools and databases like MongoDB, PostgreSQL, WordPress and Apache Spark into your own Kubernetes clusters.
Link: heidloff.net

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