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CatOps Digest 2023-10-15
What was on CatOps in the last weeks
You might have noticed that I’ve missed a week for the digest. Well, sorry for that but I was traveling. Without much more introduction let’s dive into what was featured on the CatOps channel since the last issue.
Last day to get the Cybersecurity Month Books Bundle by O’Reilly.
5 more days to get yourself a copy of the 3rd edition of the “Python Crash Course” book.
We have delivered medical kits to the 27th Separate Battalion and now we are raising funds for the thermal vision for the said battalion. You can find the requisites here.
Usual weekly fundraisers by Pavlo and Naya. Each week they post a new fundraiser details in BlueSky and Xitter. You can find Pavlo’s requisites here and Naya’s requisites here. BTW, you can simply configure a recurrent payment in a banking or payment app you use if it supports that, ofc.
You can also subscribe to monthly donations to the Come Back Alive foundation.
I have appeared on the DeadOps Show (in Ukrainian), where we were talking about the work burnout and the “hero culture” within teams.
Death by a thousand Microservices - a cautionary tale of how a Cambrian Explosion of microservices can go wrong. This article has strong funny-and-sad vibes. One can make fun the whole day of an idea that each tiny thing requires its own service, but then one has to go back to their corporate work… View on Telegram.
Aurora Serverless – a migration story - a story of Guardian migrating to AWS Aurora. From me personally, this story was interesting, because it’s yet another “serverless won’t magically solve your servers’ problems” tale. View on Telegram.
How I Made a Heap Overflow in Curl - y’all likely heard about the recent cUrl vulnerability. Here Daniel Stenberg - the author of cUrl - explains what has actually happened.
That’s all folks! See you next time but for now here’s a photo of La Manche
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