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GitHub, the gold standard for open-source software, will now woo Indians from India

Source:-qz.com GitHub is finally setting shop in India. The US-based software development website, the “gold standard” for open-source among techies and entrepreneurs, will over the next few months hire a team in the country across functions such as engineering, sales, support, marketing, and services. This team will be headed by general manager Maneesh Sharma. Even without on-ground presence, Indians make for the third largest group of active developers on the Microsoft-owned platform. Over the past year, there has been a

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INTRODUCTION TO GITHUB FOR ASPIRING DATA SCIENTISTS

Source:-analyticsindiamag.com Popularly considered to be the exclusive domain of software developers, Git – the most widely used modern version control system in the world – is increasingly being used by data scientists today. This may strike some people as odd – how can this platform add value to the daily work of a data scientist, commonly known to work in silos? The key here is to broaden their scope of work. Any software professional worth his salt sees value in

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GitOps Basics: Developers Are Gitting Into Deployment

Source:-securityboulevard.com The DevOps revolution has provided us with quite a few trends and buzzwords to experiment with. One of the most popular is GitOps, that term introduced by Weaveworks, echoing through practically every hall in the latest San Diego KubeCon, and its recaps. Over the past year or two, I’ve seen GitOps described as a strategy, a paradigm, a set of practices, a workflow, and even as a science. I’ve heard that GitOps is for developers dealing with Kubernetes cluster

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UBank releases open source accessibility kit on Github

Source:-zdnet.com The kit allows iOS developers and contributors to audit the accessibility of their app. UBank has released an open source accessibility kit on Github in a move to help iOS app developers and contributors improve the accessibility for users that experience issues such as low vision, cognitive impairment, or neurological impairment. UBank digital banking chief product officer Peter O’Malley said making the accessibility kit openly available for the first time is part of the bank’s mission of “making technology

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AWS leak exposes passwords, private keys on GitHub

Source:-searchsecurity.techtarget.com UpGuard discovered a public GitHub repository that contained sensitive AWS customer data, including passwords, authentication tokens and private encryption keys. An Amazon Web Services engineer uploaded sensitive data to a public GitHub repository that included customer credentials and private encryption keys. Cybersecurity vendor UpGuard earlier this month found the exposed GitHub repository within 30 minutes of its creation. UpGuard analysts discovered the AWS leak, which was slightly less than 1 GB and contained log files and resource templates that

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Hapless AWS engineer spilled passwords, keys, confidential internal training info, customer messages on public GitHub

Source:-theregister.co.uk Only up for five hours, but that’s plenty of time for the wrong person to spot it Updated An Amazon Web Services engineer published exchanges with customers and “system credentials including passwords, AWS key pairs, and private keys” to a public GitHub repository by accident. On 13 January, infosec biz UpGuard discovered a 954MB repository containing AWS resource templates – used to create cloud services – plus hostnames, and log files generated in the second half of 2019. There

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GitHub now uses AI to recommend open issues in project repositories

Source:-venturebeat.com Large open source projects on GitHub have intimidatingly long lists of problems that require addressing. To make it easier to spot the most pressing, GitHub recently introduced the “good first issues” feature, which matches contributors with issues that are likely to fit their interests. The initial version, which launched in May 2019, surfaced recommendations based on labels applied to issues by project maintainers. But an updated release shipped last month incorporates an AI algorithm that GitHub claims surfaces issues

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Git Update Improves DevOps with Partial Cloning Feature

Source:-itprotoday.com The latest Git update – release 2.25 – provides developers with improved code efficiency and other new features. On Jan. 13, Git 2.25 was released, bringing to one of the most commonly used developer tools new capabilities that will help improve performance and overall developer productivity. The open-source Git distributed version control system is the core technology that unpins both the GitHub and GitLab code repositories as well as being used in on-premises deployments by enterprises. Created by Linux

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What’s the point: GitLab shifts CDN, LaunchDarkly pulls in cash, Puppet release, GitHub student giveaway

Source:-devclass.com GitLab has warned customers it is changing its CDN provider to Cloudflare, which might have some knockon effects for GitLab.com customers – self-managed customers will be unaffected. Users with a whitelists of sites will need to update them accordingly. Custom runner images or private runners could also be affected if they have any kind of caching of DNS or SSL certificates The company said the move would allow it to have CDN, WAF and DDOS protection through a single

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How to back up Kubernetes and Docker

Source:-networkworld.com You don’t have to back up everything about every container, but it’s important to back up configurations for running and managing them in case of disaster. Yes, your container infrastructure needs some type of backup. Kubernetes and Docker will not magically build themselves after a disaster. As discussed in a separate article, you don’t need to back up the running state of each container, but you will need to back up the configuration used to run and manage your

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