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Frank Contrepois
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Git - the best resources to learn
Some days ago, I've been refreshing my mind with git and github. I want to share the best explanation I found Short intro with lots of diagrams: Part 1   Part 2 This FREE e-book helped me a lot, it has good diagrams, clear examples and it follows a step-by-...
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Learning DevOps - day 4 to 7 - How I passed 3 AWS exams in 5 days
Hi all. The good news is that I passed the SysOps Exam, and two days later I passed the developer exam and one day later the Solution Architect. Three exams in 5 days! I am happy and tired. You have two ways of approaching the exam: You want to learn the te...
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Learning DevOps - day 3 - Right order to pass amazon certifications
Day1 Day2 After watching the intro section of the  Udemy  training course for Certified Amazon SysOps it seems that I got the order all wrong. As the author of the training makes it clear that for total beginners the best order is  Certified Developer Assoc...
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Learning DevOps - day 2 - Amazon certification
This is day 2 of me trying to get back in technical shape after some years focusing more on sales, people and money. The first article is available here . If I'm to learn something, better get a piece of paper in the process. So I decided to get the Amazon ...
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Learning DevOps - day 1 - what is DevOps
Disclaimer : I've been refused an interesting job in two companies because I'm too business oriented and have lost my geekisness . So after 3 years of focus on how to manage people and money, here I am ready for a deep dive into the tech world. I'll write a...
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Sunset in La Reunion
First #timlapse on a #gopro #hero4
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How to reward the doers. Hint, money is not at the top
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All your questions about cloud have been answered in the XIVth century
Hi all In the XIVth century people were hesitant to move their gold and money into the newly created banks. Today your money is in a bank, full stop. In the XXIst century people are hesitant to move their digital gold (aka data) into the newly created cloud...
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