Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Nothing is for FREE pay for the class

In most technical endeavors there are the occasional savants, however, they are a rare find. Most times you find someone with an advanced aptitude. In the last few days I find myself hard pressed to understand what the developers were thinking when they decided to use cocoapods as part of Flutter and why gitlab's config file had to be that complicated. I'm still trying to clean up the disk consumption in Docker and why some virtual machines at AWS timeout and some work just great. And why rancher decided to build k3os on ubuntu and not rancheros.
for the price of the class you get all your questions answered.
It seems to me that you just gotta pay to play. It's the open source economy...

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