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Vladimir Vivien
Software Eng VMware • Programming in Go, author • Kubernetes • Machine Learning fanboy
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Coursera Sep 17
Why should you learn Go? Hear from professor Ian Harris on how learning this innovative programming language will help implement high-level concepts in a simple way.
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Vladimir Vivien Sep 14
Even if you plan to squash, use meaningful git commit msgs. You never know when will need to reflog to fix a mistake.
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Cherri pancake Sep 13
Don't know why Project Jupyter won the recent ACM Software System Award? Check out Brian Granger's ACM learning webinar, now available on demand at (ignore the bit about your timezone & just fill out the form)
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adafruit industries Sep 14
Running EdgeX on a Raspberry Pi
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Vladimir Vivien Sep 14
Ran into it earlier this yr while researching running protobuf on the esp8266. Didn't think project was that far along. Nice.
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Vladimir Vivien Sep 13
Wait, can do what ? Directly you say!
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err := ayan.Tweet() Sep 13
if you're in orlando, come out this monday!
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Vladimir Vivien Sep 13
Been fortunate that my employer supports my project participation. K8s has humbled the heck out of me... Makes me appreciate level of effort required to make a large OSS community work and get complex stuff done 👏🏾
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CNCF Sep 13
Did you know Northwestern Mutual uses multiple CNCF projects, like , , , , & ? Visit to learn how optimized its infrastructure through ☁️
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Vladimir Vivien Sep 13
Wow.. these are great companions for understanding concepts!
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Vladimir Vivien Sep 13
Is using `go get` to update Go something new or just not documented? Is it a byproduct of 1.11 modules? Using Go to update itself is 🔥🔥🔥
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Vladimir Vivien Sep 12
Replying to @aarongreenlee
Hmm, I guess I am X.
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Vladimir Vivien Sep 12
Replying to @sqs @bryanl @srcgraph
No. I only installed GitHub Desktop, hoping it would have a good notifications integration with my account.. tired of missing them, buried in email, etc. My code exploration tools are VS Code or Sourcegraph plugin.
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NWS Tampa Bay Sep 12
Although none of these systems are currently forecast to threaten west-central and SW FL, they can still serve as a reminder of the danger that hurricanes pose this time of year. Develop a hurricane plan before a storm is headed your way:
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Vladimir Vivien Sep 11
Replying to @aarongreenlee
what's the ceiling ?
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Vladimir Vivien Sep 11
Replying to @bryanl @srcgraph
Lol. True, they make GitHub much better.
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Vladimir Vivien Sep 11
Replying to @bryanl @srcgraph
Adding for code exploration would be awesome too!
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Vladimir Vivien Sep 11
If the GitHub desktop app had meaningful alerts and notifications (a la slack), I would use it, just for that.
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Vladimir Vivien Sep 11
Agreed. Starting to already.
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