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Learn about Rust and how to get started

by Gary Stevens
2020-04-06 03:02:00 -0400

Woman programming

"All the documentation, the tooling, the community is great—you have all the tools to succeed in writing Rust code."

Antonio Verardi, Infrastructure Engineer of Yelp

So, why hesitate to learn a new programming language when all this is provided to you? It's now your turn to join the great community of Rust. If you are interested, you can read more about the advantages of Rust over other languages here.

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What is good documentation for software projects?

by cameronshorter
2020-04-06 03:01:00 -0400

Typewriter with hands

The Open Geospatial (OSGeo) Foundation recently participated in Google's first Season of Docs, in which Google sponsored senior technical writers to contribute to open source projects. OSGeo is an umbrella organization for around 50 geospatial open source projects. I've contributed to a number of these projects over the years and recently co-mentored the two Season of Docs technical writers Google allocated to OSGeo.

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Ansible 101 videos with Jeff Geerling, and more Ansible news

by markp
2020-04-06 03:00:00 -0400

Computer laptop in space

In this month's wander around the web, we've found articles on Ansible Runner, managing network interfaces, securing your Ansible Tower installations and a data scientist's analysis of how Collections was an inevitable path for Ansible. On YouTube, there were some great videos this month, including an Ansible 101 with Jeff Geerling. Enjoy!

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