Interesting tool of the week: github.com/megaease/easeprobe by @megaease@twitter.com

We like: Runs HTTP, TCP, Shell, SSH, and client connection (e.g. MySQL, Kafka, Postgres) health checks, and collects hosts (CPU, memory, disk) stats. Triggers notifications via common services

Interesting tool of the week: ohmyposh.dev/ by @jandedobbeleer@twitter.com

We like: Customize your shell prompt using a range of blocks e.g. clock, AWS profile, Git repo, Python venv, Spotify track etc. Supports themes, fonts, colors, icons, with lots of presets available

RT @dailydotdev@twitter.com

Do you want to know more about daily.dev ?

You can check this on @consoledotdev@twitter.com

Thank you @idoshamun@twitter.com

Click > console.dev/profiles/dailydev/

🐦🔗: twitter.com/dailydotdev/status

RT @SlimDevOps@twitter.com

Thanks @consoledotdev@twitter.com!

We're excited to help developers:
🤏 Reduce their attack surface
😎 Know what's in your software
🚫 Remove pesky vulnerabilities
🚢 Ship only what you need to production

Give it a try & let us know what you think! 👉portal.slim.dev/login?inviteco twitter.com/consoledotdev/stat

🐦🔗: twitter.com/SlimDevOps/status/

Interesting tool of the week: slim.ai/ by @SlimDevOps@twitter.com

We like: Generates significantly smaller images (example Nuxt app container slimmed from 1.3GB to 122MB). Performs static analysis and runs health checks against your app to check essentials

✦ Sponsored

RT @StripeDev@twitter.com

Markdoc, our Markdown-based authoring system that powers the Stripe docs is going open-source. Check out this tutorial from @devdevcharlie@twitter.com on how to get started managing your documentation, regardless of project size, using @nextjs@twitter.com dev.to/stripe/getting-started- twitter.com/stripe/status/1524

🐦🔗: twitter.com/StripeDev/status/1

RT @Quickwit_Inc@twitter.com

🎙️ Check out the interview on @consoledotdev@twitter.com with our CEO, @fulmicoton@twitter.com.

A lot of topics covering Quickwit, day in the life, , , our , and much more:

console.dev/interviews/quickwi

🐦🔗: twitter.com/Quickwit_Inc/statu

RT @jasoncwarner@twitter.com

Telltale signs a group is playing product

1 no one at the top uses the product everyday
2 no one talks to users & feedback is hard to find
3 plans don't include user feedback, no paper-cut initiatives
4 everyone talks about "strategic initiatives" only
5 politics == promotions

🐦🔗: twitter.com/jasoncwarner/statu

RT @RhinoSecurity@twitter.com

New Rhino blog post: A walkthrough of Vulnerable Lambda Functions with
bit.ly/3xQWako

🐦🔗: twitter.com/RhinoSecurity/stat

RT @flydotio@twitter.com

Breaking: Litestream is now part of Fly.io!

Do you like SQLite? Do you like streaming replication? No? Read @benbjohnson@twitter.com’s new post on the Fly.io blog anyway: fly.io/blog/all-in-on-sqlite-l

🐦🔗: twitter.com/flydotio/status/15

Interesting tool of the week: tekton.dev/ by @tektoncd@twitter.com

We like: Runs as an extension of k8s, which means you can deploy CI/CD anywhere k8s runs. Scales by adding cluster nodes. Lots of community contributed tasks and pipeline components

Interesting tool of the week: quickwit.io/ by @Quickwit_Inc@twitter.com

We like: Data in S3 object storage which reduces cost and inherits reliability and scalability. Search instances are stateless. No GC (implemented in Rust)

Fake data for development is more than just a few random strings. We discussed statistics and differential privacy with @AdamKamor@twitter.com from @tonicfakedata@twitter.com

console.dev/interviews/tonic-a

Fake data for development is more than just a few random strings. We discussed statistics and differential privacy with @AdamKamor@twitter.com from @tonicfakedata@twitter.com

console.dev/interviews/tonic-a

Why is open source the right model for critical internal systems? We asked @HariniLabs@twitter.com from @RowyIO@twitter.com

console.dev/interviews/rowy-ha

Why is open source the right model for critical internal systems? We asked @HariniLabs@twitter.com from @RowyIO@twitter.com

console.dev/interviews/rowy-ha

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