This special edition is about Humanitec's partnership with Nuaware! The partnership will support our growth in the EU, and help us create a whole range of new educational material around K8s and Developer Experience. We’re really excited about this one.
Welcome to this special edition of Developer Productivity - your favourite way to stay up to date with everything worth knowing in the DevOps and Kubernetes worlds. If you are wondering why this is a special edition, read on!
Thanks again for your great response and feedback on the last 3 editions - we are working to keep improving the content we curate for you.
I like to structure this in a 3-2-1 format:
So let’s get into it. And let’s kick off with a bomb:
Building an Internal Kubernetes Platform by Daniel Thiry had to be our first highlight of the week. I swear I don’t know the guy and we are not secretly collaborating, but I couldn’t have described the benefits of a Kubernetes platform better than he does myself. Definitely worth a read if you are working with k8s.
Speaking of k8s, here’s a little golden nugget from the internet straight to your inbox. Check it out and thank me later.
And finally, a cool podcast for your commute (from bed to living room most likely!): Alex Williams from The New Stack and analyst Janakiram talk Why k8s needs to be dumbed down for DevOps, check it out.
We have also been busy thinking about k8s stuff!
We’ve been considering specifically, about the different ways you can manage version changes in k8s-ready applications.
Our one and only Nils, lead QA in our team, has provided an overview about a RobotFramework library (KubeLibrary) he contributes to, explaining what the main use cases are. Definitely check it out if you are a fellow QA - here.
Finally, here’s what you have been waiting for ever since you read Special Edition in the subject line. I’ll swap our thought-provoking question with a big announcement today: Humanitec has partnered with Nuaware! The partnership will support our growth in the EU, and help us create a whole range of new educational material around K8s and Developer Experience. We’re really excited about this one.
We’ll be kicking things off with a co-hosted webinar on Internal Developer Platforms (IDPs) on September 29. So if you haven’t clicked on Daniel Thiry’s article above or you have but you are still wondering WTF is an IDP and how can my team benefit from it, here’s your chance to learn more - join us here.
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