#13 DevOps Diary: Events are back

Welcome beautiful people!

This week is yet another week full of Kubernetes learning resources. Personally, I started learning Go and I am consistently surprised by the level of support by the community; this is just one example.

Hope you enjoy this week’s newsletter 😊

If you have any comments, suggestions, anything you would like to have included in next week’s edition, please do let me know.

Top Kubernetes Learning Resources 📖

This is an open source documentation, linking to Kubernetes resources and providing explanations. You can also contribute here.


  • This week, I had the chance to spontaneously record an episode on Kubernetes Services with David McKay and Philipp Strube in which I asked all those questions newbies might be wondering about, getting started with Kubernetes. Also, have a look at David McKay’s YouTube channel.
  • If you are new to Kubernetes, or also, if you have already been using Kubernetes for some time, you might want to check out k9s as part of my #100DaysOfKubernetes series. It is a terminal based UI that allows you to easier manage all your cluster resources.

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Anaïs Urlichs

Anaïs Urlichs

Developer Advocate @ Aqua Security, CNCF Ambassador, Weekly Newsletter: https://anaisurl.com/