Episode Followup – Fun with Terraform with Kalen Arndt

Kalen Arndt is a triple VCDX & Staff Solutions Engineer at HashiCorp! In this episode we went through best practices for Terraform module development and a LIVE DEMO! Resources: https://twitter.com/kalenarndt https://www.linkedin.com/in/kalenarndt/ https://registry.terraform.io/ https://youtu.be/eNO4D0H08TM

Episode Followup – A song of Decentralization and Observability: Dance with open telemetry by Aritra Nag

With the latest release in the statistics on the CNCF projects, it is evident that Opentelemetry is the recent trend in the developer community. It involves following standards about how to enable a single pane of glass to allow for tracing in the world of decentralized architectures, This Session will be focused on the open[…]

Episode Followup – Sleep Better By Writing Python Test with Eric Matthes

Eric Matthes is author of the best selling book Python Crash Course. In this episode he discusses the why of software testing and then walks us through a live coding example to create tests for a text editor he created! Resources: https://www.linkedin.com/in/eric-matthes-598765205/ https://nostarch.com/python-crash-course-3rd-edition https://ehmatthes.github.io/pcc_3e/ https://mostlypython.substack.com/ https://github.com/ehmatthes/django-simple-deploy https://django-simple-deploy.readthedocs.io https://github.com/initialcommit-com/git-sim https://github.com/ehmatthes/whimbrel https://pypi.org/project/pexpect/ http://learngrandstaff.com/ https://automationpanda.com/2018/08/01/the-testing-pyramid/

Episode Followup – How to Kick Ass with Python, Lambdas, and Terraform with Sean Tibor

Sean Tibor is a Sr. Cloud Engineer at Mondelez International and host of the Teaching Python Podcast! In this episode, he discusses tools, lessons learned, and best practices for using Terraform in a serverless environment! Resources: https://www.linkedin.com/in/seantibor/ https://twitter.com/smtibor https://serverless.tf/ https://github.com/antonbabenko/serverless.tf https://docs.powertools.aws.dev/lambda/python/latest/ https://docs.python.org/3/ https://www.oreilly.com/library/view/fluent-python-2nd/9781492056348/

Episode Followup – Can You Test Your Infrastructure as Code (IaC)? with Rosemary Wang

Rosemary Wang is a Senior Developer Advocate at HashiCorp and author of “Infrastructure as Code, Patterns and Practices: With examples in Python and Terraform”! In this episode she discusses tools, lessons learned and best practices for testing Terraform! Resources: https://joatmon08.github.io/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/rosemarywang/ https://twitter.com/joatmon08 https://tinyurl.com/rosemary-iac

Episode Followup – Refactoring Your Python Code Without Losing Your Mind with Chris May

Chris May is a Python Consultant, Trainer, & Author: In this episode, he discusses best practices & methods for refactoring your Python code. When you should, when you shouldn’t, and gives us a step-by-step example of how to do it! Resources: https://www.linkedin.com/in/1chrismay/ https://fosstodon.org/@_chrismay https://twitter.com/_ChrisMay https://blog.alexewerlof.com/p/tech-debt-day https://everydaysuperpowers.dev/resources/python-refactoring-toolkit/ https://everydaysuperpowers.dev

Episode Followup – Terraform Practices to Enable Infrastructure Scaling with Hila Fish

Hila Fish is a Sr. DevOps Engineer at Wix, a HashiCorp Ambassador, and an AWS Community Builder(Whew!)! In this episode she discusses best practices for deploying Terraform at scale! Resources: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hila-fish/ https://twitter.com/Hilafish1 https://bit.ly/3QwhL7t https://docs.aws.amazon.com/tag-editor/latest/userguide/tagging.html https://bit.ly/3D9NfNy https://bit.ly/3RQyUtC https://bit.ly/3TWoV80 https://bit.ly/3Brt7Fp https://bit.ly/3KZUQjG https://bit.ly/3U8xJYz

Episode Followup – Diving deep on CI/CD – Why you should START with it by Johannes Koch (@Lockhead)

Having talked to a lot of builders (Community Builders, AWS engineers, …) world wide there is a pattern of new projects being started without proper CI/CD (Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment) in mind which later results in decreased developer productivity. Starting with the value flow of developer experience and DevSecOps best practices we are going[…]

Episode Followup – How To Give Back to Open Source Without Losing Your Mind

Mike Fiedler is a PyPI maintainer and Code Gardener and in this episode we talk about how to contribute to open source software (OSS)! We learn how to start easy, contribute effectively, and the best ways to get started! Resources: https://www.linkedin.com/in/miketheman/ https://twitter.com/mikefiedler https://choosealicense.com/ https://stackoverflow.com/help/minimal-reproducible-example https://www.codetriage.com/ https://goodfirstissue.dev/ https://opensource.com/ https://hacktoberfest.com/