Welcome beautiful people!

Motivation comes from doing ♾️

The more I learn about the cloud-native space, tools and platforms, the more excited I get about learning more 🎉

On other news, I was finally able to customise my YouTube domain! A BIG shout-out to my subscribers for supporting me along my learning journey! You rock 🙌🏼

Now let’s get started with this week’s content…


This week, I will highlight a few YouTube channels that are quite amazing in different ways

  • Jeff Geerling’s YouTube channel where he shows lots of Raspberry Pi videos + tutorials; he also has a specific Kubernetes…

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.


Where do you usually track your code coverage? If you are not sure about the answer to this question or you would like to explore other options to the ones that you are currently using, then this post is for you.

Specifically, this post details how you can use Codacy in your Codefresh pipeline to create and send coverage reports of your repository with every pipeline build.

Welcome beautiful people!

I hope you are all doing well. I was really excited to write this week’s newsletter and share these amazing resources with you. I hope you like them/find them interesting 😊

Remember, if you discover anything that you would like to share, just message me, I would love to hear from you.

Let’s get started ⛳

Top Kubernetes Learning Resources 📖

Let’s stay on the practical resources, these websites provide great example projects to learn Kubernetes:


Under the theme “You…

DigitalOcean has just announced the DigitalOcean Container Registry, which is directly integrated into the DigitalOcean Dashboard. While you can use any Container Registry in your DigitalOcean resources, the goal of the Container Registry is to provide for easy connection between the Container Registry and DigitalOcean Kubernetes resources.

DigitalOcean Container Registry Dashboard

Welcome beautiful people!

First of all, congratulations! Congratulations for making it through 2020. It was certainly a tough year for most of us and while we focus on expanding our tech skills and collaborating on tech projects, we shall not forget that we are all human with emotions and human struggles. Let’s be kind to each other and support each other throughout 2021.

Happy New Year! 🎉

Top Learning Resources 📖

  • If you would like to learn more about the fundamentals of Computer Science, this website provides a comprehensive list of high quality resources, including lectures, e-books and more.
  • Are you currently preparing for…

Hey everyone,

I hope you are doing well and thank you for joining me to week 10 of the DevOps Diary newsletter 🎉

If you are celebrating Christmas, I hope you have/had a lovely time.

Now for the news that I mentioned in my last newsletter, here it comes:

The News 📢

In this week’s newsletter, I would like to share with you my new challenge:


My goal is to learn something new about Kubernetes each day. Every day (except weekends), I will be posting a video on my YouTube channel about the new content that I came across.

I would…

Coveralls is a web service that allows users to track the code coverage of their application over time in order to optimize the effectiveness of their unit tests.

Once you are managing your application and associated resources within a CI/CD platform like Codefresh, you want to receive insights on the test coverage automatically with every pipeline build.

This post provides an overview of how this can be achieved with Coveralls and Codefresh. To make the best out of this post, make sure you have both a Coveralls and a Codefresh account set-up.

Codecov is a code analysis tool with which users can group, merge, archive, and compare coverage reports. Code coverage describes which lines of code were executed by the test suite and which ones were not. However, this is not to be confused with a testing tool. Codecov does not run your tests, that is the job of your testing tools.

Welcome beautiful people!

Can you believe that this is already week 9! I have something special prepared for next week, so make sure to stay tuned for that.

In the meantime, we will look at more Kubernetes resources and some great video tutorials and talks that I came across within the past days.


Blog Posts (and other written content)🗞️

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Anaïs Urlichs

Developer Evangelist at Codefresh, 3 years crypto now DevOps Personal blog.anaisurl.com | More on GitOps codefresh.io/gitops/

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