I recently passed the Certified Kubernetes Administrator exam. One of the questions I was getting a lot is what motivates me to take the exam in the first place.
A few months ago, I noticed that I couldn’t visit to any
.dev domains when using the corporation’s network. It was inconvenient, but I didn’t overthink it at that time.
We all need to debug node program from time to time. If you are using VSCode as your IDE, it’s pretty straightforward.
Debugging with local files is even more comfortable. However, when you need to debug node program in a container, there are a few caveats need to notice.
Bluebird is a promise library I’ve used for almost every project. I remember when I was learning promise a few years ago, it took me a while to understand it.
One day, I was searching for some related materials, I found Bluebird. I was wondering what’s the reason for using a third party library when Node.js already has native Promise support at that point? Well, it turns out there are plenty. Although some of its features can be achieved with today’s Node.js, bluebird still can give you a lot of benefits.
Recently I have to study Kinesis agent for Windows, so here we are. Actually AWS documents are pretty good for most of the time, this post is just some kind of crash course.
I quit my job before Chinese New Year. Days after that are just plain boring and anxious. It’s basically endless interviews and waiting for the results. I gotta say life like that is not really productive.
It became even more boring when the Chinese New Year vacation started. Almost entire country is not working, let alone interviewing. In order to kill some time, I decided to prepare for AWS certifications. It’s funny becuase the last time I saw someone having AWS certifications is on one of the interviewers’ blog. I wasn’t sure whether it’s useful or not. But it wouldn’t hurt to get one.
I can’t remember how many times I started a blog. It’s just like new year resolutions, it sounds good and you are so motivated at first, until the passtion is gone (which is way faster than you think).
Anyway, here I am, started another blog. This blog will mainly focus on technical things (if there are technical enough 🤷♂️) and some life thoughts, and some notes/reflections while I am learning new things.