Sai Hegde

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Cool.. So this is all good from the CI point, but what about containers out there? Do you do some kind of nightly jobs to determine which containers have newly discovered vulnerabilities?
5 months ago
I see there is a oscap-docker project, but how does that work in a CI/CD pipeline? Does the live project dabble into that or is it just running oscap for the EC2 instances provisioned?
5 months ago
Plus Terraform is not just restricted to the AWS catalog. We have used plugins to build our New Relic dashboards through terraform across dev, test and prod environments.
5 months ago
Well.. my interest for graph algorithms stems from my work. (I work with algorithms dealing with genomics a lot.) As for the Max flow problems, that was for the course I was putting together and wanted to see different teaching perspectives of the same.
8 months ago
Congratulations on getting the book out Bradford.
As many have already expressed, writing a book on algorithms that is interesting to read is a Herculean task. I've been trying to pen a course for a friend and I spend weeks on just one topic and I am still not done. I loved the outfielder analogy and I am sold on your writing style. 👏🏻

Also, I went through the book description but could not make if your book does cover graph algorithms or max flow problems?
8 months ago
On the same topic... maybe more from an agile project management perspective, how do you go from the ideation of an algorithm to a reasonably optimum solution in a packed sprint??
8 months ago

Daniel Zingaro wrote:
... a memory just came to me. I remember trying to copy a few songs from my No Doubt CD back in the day, but they were taking up too much space on my hard drive. So I compressed the heck out of them, like down to mono voice quality, all scratchy and barely listenable. To this day when I think about the song Don't Speak I hear that muffled version in my head...



LOL... been there, done that.
8 months ago
Hi Daniel, Congratulations on the book.
Love the book cover illustration! Should make for a great read.
8 months ago
So, how hard is it for a seasoned Spring developer (5+ years experience) to crack this exam?
Are there any practice resources to feel comfortable or test your readiness for the exam?
Java Bloat has been my biggest pet peeve for a long time now and why I started programming in Golang for some of my personal projects. But Jigsaw is a welcome change and a step in the right direction for Java. I think there is a maturity model for the use of the Java Module System... As I typed that, I googled to see if there was someone who had outbeaten me to the idea... and surprise JPMS Maturity Model Thanks Nikolai
2 years ago
So with jlink, will this change how we have traditionally shipped java applications? Thoughts? Much like how we use docker, to deliver products.
2 years ago
Thanks for the link. Very detailed and very well organized.
2 years ago

Deepak Vohra wrote:1. Docker Swarm mode supports Docker Service Stacks for developing microservices that have dependencies between them."



Doesn't Kubernetes support this as well?
3 years ago
With Docker announcing native support for Kubernetes, what do you think their direction with Swarm will be?
3 years ago