Cloud Native DevOps

I've recently finish another great read. This time the O'Reilly awesome book called Cloud Native DevOps. The authors are Justin Domingus and John Arundel. Let me first thank them for the awesome ride and also highly recommend this book. The old good days The book starts with an historical overview…

Linux Shell and Pipelines

It is know, in the linux geek culture, that shell is one of the most powerful tools we have available to do our jobs. The shell is ancient. Before the all well known and used graphical user interfaces (GUIs for short) people did their jobs by using small command line…

Kobo Ereader Analytics

The old and new Guttenberg Johannes Gutenberg is well know for being the guy that invented the printed press, thanks for that mate. At the time this was a huge thing. Before Johannes revolutionary method that enabled the production of books in large scale, these were a luxury item. Suddenly…

Kubernetes Hacks

Some years ago I started a project which consisted in a java library with a collection of scrapers. Those days I start noting a not so cool trend which was a more closed internet. Despite the facility we have to share knowledge and information these two concepts are valuable and…

Foundations for Architecting Data Solutions

Recently I stumbled upon a very interesting book that was a missing piece for some years in the big data literature landscape. The topic of Big Data is, well, big. The idea is actually pretty simple. Software architectures capable of collect, ingest and store a pornographic amount of information. It…