Kubernetes Pods Stuck in Terminating: A Resolution Guide
Do you know why a Pod takes too much time to get deleted or even hangs on the Terminating state?
This post describes the Pod Lifecycle conditions, reasons why they could hang in the Terminating state, and some tips to get rid of them.
There are multiple reasons why the Kubernetes Scheduler can evict a healthy container. For example, the execution of Pods with higher priority, the drain of a node during a version update, an auto-scaling process, a resource bin-packing
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We all have been using different kind of Notes application as per our needs. Personally I have been using Google keeps or Apple Notes from quite some time. Mostly both of these apps are very good in their own way.
But a problem which I faced was these notes get lost once I need them. The reason behind the lost territory is to navigate and find the notes for relevant website.
Either we have to some kind of bifurcation which we are adding the notes or keep searching from the pile of notes. So t
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Software Engineering: From Requirements To Testing & Releasing
Technology is evolving rapidly, and with it comes the need for software engineers to stay up-to-date on the latest tools and trends. In this article, we'll explore the fundamentals of software engineering as it relates to requirements, testing, and releasing software. We'll look at what goes on in each step of the process and discuss best practices for ensuring quality results that are reliable and secure.
Introduction to Software Engineering
In software engineering, requirements are
The Price of Neglect: Understanding the Consequences of Skipping Automated Regression Testing
Regression testing is a critical process in software development that ensures that changes to a codebase do not break existing functionality. Unfortunately, many companies, including some of the biggest names in the industry, have suffered from regression failures in the past due to a lack of automated regression testing. In this blog post, we will take a look at some of the most notable regression failures of the last two decades from companies like Google, Facebook, Am
Understanding SOLID, DRY, YAGNI and KISS
Hi! I brought an extremely important subject to the software development process, quality✨
Let's start from the basics, looking at some of the most important and essential principles for every developer.
The SOLID, DRY, YAGNI and KISS programming principles are fundamental for the development of quality software that is easy to maintain. They provide guidelines for writing clean, organized, and maintainable code.
Starting with the simplest one, the DRY principle (Don’t Repeat Yourself) is
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From Good to Great: The Power of Empathy in Programming
Tired of creating software that falls short of its potential? Want to elevate your coding game to new heights? Then it's time to tap into the power of empathy. By putting yourself in the shoes of both the user and your fellow programmers, you'll create software that not only works but exceeds everyone's expectations.
Empathy for the User: Don't Just Give 'Em What They Want
As a programmer, it's tempting to simply give the user what they ask for. But by taking the time to understand t
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You can use ChatGPT as a personal assistant to help you with a variety of tasks, such as scheduling appointments, finding information, and making recommendations.
You can use ChatGPT to generate text for tasks such as writing emails, creating reports, and composing documents. This can save you time and effort.
You can use ChatGPT to summarize large amounts of text data, such as articles or research papers, to quickly extract key points
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I work as a technical lead. I started working remotely in 2020. My job permits flexible working hours. In the start of 2020, I worked for periods of varying hours interspersed with long breaks. I never felt like I was "done" with work. This schedule stressed me and made me less productive. This post describes habits that have helped me define work-life boundaries and best utilize my time working.
Consider compensation. I am salaried and expected to work 40 hours a week. I
🌐 Connect with others on the same webpage as you 🖥️
🚀 I'm thrilled to announce my latest project, 🌐 Browsemates - a platform that connects people on the same webpage 💻 as you!
🚀 Browsemates is a real-time communication platform that allows users to communicate with others who are on the same webpage. 💬 Whether you're working on a project with your team or just need to ask a quick question, Browsemates makes it easy to connect with others in real-time. With its browser extension, you can join a
Using Pivot Chart to Replace Your Pivot Table
Pivot-Chart is an open-source comprehensive data visualization tool that enhances pivot tables with visualizations and charts, offering a more intuitive and informative way to analyze your data. With Pivot-Chart, you can elevate your data analysis and take a new approach to exploring your data. Unlike other pivot-table + vis solution, pivot chart retains nest multi-level aggregation feature of pivot table, which allows you to compare between different aggregation levels and make it easier to dri
FLiP Stack Weekly 28-Jan-2023
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SSH Key Pair
Accessing a remote repository via SSH without the need to provide username and password every time I pull or push.
Go to your command line prompt (e.g. the GitHub CLI installed previously), and run:
Use the same command for Windows, only with .exe extension.
Just hit Enter for each of the questions asked...
It will generate a .ssh/ directory in your home dir with key-pair inside, in the form of 2 files:
id_rsa - is the private key - which I always
How I Get Into The Open-Source World
I always ponder about how to get into the open-source world. People are talking about open source and Its benefits like improving coding skills, learning clean code, team collaboration, job opportunities…etc. In order to contribute all you want is a few git commands, a programming language you are interested in, and minimal usage of GitHub.
My journey starts when the arrival of the Hacktoberfest event in 2022. This event is conducted by Digital Ocean annually in the month of October. Their main
A Handy Way of Building Reusable React Components (Inspired by Hemingway)
Should we think about the reusability of our code all the time?
Some advise us to think about it only after we face the need for it. That means if we're creating a brand new component and don't know whether it will be used somewhere else, then we shouldn't try to make it reusable because that complicates our life (think "analysis-paralysis" and "premature optimization").
After all - we can't know the future, you know?
Well, I disagree with that!
I believe we should plan our work and set up t
Predicting Boston Housing Prices using Regression Models
I recently worked on a project where I used various regression models to predict the prices of houses in the Boston Housing dataset. The goal was to identify which model would perform the best in terms of accuracy.
The dataset consists of 506 samples and 14 attributes, including the median value of owner-occupied homes in $1000's. I performed data preprocessing and feature selection to prepare the data for model training.
I trained and tested six different regression models: Linear Regression,
Insurance Cost Prediction using Machine Learning with Python.
Machine learning (ML) is a sub set of artificial intelligence (AI) that allows software applications to become more accurate at predicting outcomes without being explicitly programmed to do so.
Machine learning algorithms uses historical data as input to predict new output values.
In this project, I worked on developing an end to end machine learning project using linear regression.
Data cleaning, Extensive data visulaization, Exploratory data analysis was also done.
Should You Be Solopreneur or An Entrepreneur?
No one on the earth is willing to work for a long without getting any reward especially monetary rewards.
We all work for money. Whether it's business, a job, a passive income stream, or whatever path you choose, the ultimate goal is the same - the money.
So while choosing the path, the top priority of any individual should be to identify the most beneficial path to reach our ultimate goal.
So here comes the question.
Among those who have decided business between a job and business, what sho
You're never satisfied with your work? You might have productivity dysmorphia. Here’s what you need to know.
<div><p>Do you spend the day working and still feel unproductive? You might have productivity dysmorphia. Check out the article to know what it is and how to overcome it.</p>