Two years ago, I slowly started drifting into the mystical and mysterious world of Dockers, containers, swarms and K8s. It was kind of hard and painful to understand, but, at the same time, it seemed wonderful, almost magical. After running my first 2 containers in clustered mode, I've felt like I've started ascending to another dimension. The future seemed bright and I continued to learn more and to improve. I had begun preaching the advantages of Docker and Swarm orchestration to everyone I knew. Even my grandparents knew something about it. My whole family had to listen to my stories about how wonderful it is to orchestrate 30 containers on 3 servers almost every day. It felt magical; it felt amazing. Read more
We can say that artificial intelligence has been in existence for almost 70 years since the first attempts of the application were made in the middle of the last century. However, in addition to the global effort to find more serious applications, there was one insurmountable obstacle - the inability of computers of the time to process the vast amounts of data that artificial intelligence solutions required. Read more
It is strange when an individual and the management are surprised when a crisis arises. Why? On planet Earth, for 6000 years already, winter has come regularly after summer, without exception. It is there, sometimes milder and sometimes more severe, but there was never a period when there was no winter. This metaphor is similar to a crisis because ever since there are humans on planet Earth, crises have come and gone. The only difference between winter and crisis is that we know when winter is coming according to the calendar, crises do not have their exact determinant. Read more
In the midst of all articles regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) and remote work, I'm going to try not to write the same things all over again but instead go over my mindset in this situation, list resources and tips that I've been using so far that helped me to be more productive and share some suggestions from a group perspective that JSGuru as a company has learned over the years working remotely. Read more
Long time no read! I’ve been quite busy building awesome stuff for our clients so I haven’t had the time to write in quite a while. I still don’t have it to be frank, but this is gonna be a somewhat short read so I managed to squeeze it into my schedule.TLDRIf you’re not interested in the story behind this list just skip to the end. I highly recommend covering these resources if you’re considering learning GO. Read more
We personally work and live with Artificial Intelligence every day but the majority of us aren't aware of it. AI is already part of our daily lives therefore it is extremely important for us to understand the status of Artificial Intelligence, how we can create and contribute to a future world. Read more
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