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Git of the week: Troposphere
*Check out the opinion of Paula Piccard of the 10 Best Data Science Platforms.
*Centralized logging and audit is a pre-req for all companies and environments. This guide will show you how to Seamlessly Join a Linux Instance to AWS Directory Service for Microsoft Active Directory
*I´m not a soccer fanatic, but still a fan. Using the analogy of Santos F.C. believing in young talents, I´ll let here 4 reasons to invest in entry-level cloud talent.
*One more testimonial of How to pass the AWS Solutions Architect Associate exam.
*Not on architecture? Developer? Top 5 Online Courses to become AWS Certified Developer Associate in 2020. (check Jon Bonso material, high level).
*Amazon has launched Amazon Halo, a wristband with steroids! Certainly in my wishlist. Some of the features based on privacy has amused me. And clearly so much better than tacky iwatch. The Verge brings a great overview of this new solution.
*Pick a time to read the full report of FBI regarding a russian cyberattack to Tesla Gigafactory.
*Once again, Raspberry Pi is mentioned here in this tutorial for begginners. You should try.
*Developers, please, read it. We´re not obligated to light up our crystall balls to understand what the hell you want with your code.
*Quick guide to overview what is AIOps and MLOps.
*Talking in GCP, check it out what happen this week on Next2020.
*Tensorflow vs Pytorch. Nuff said.
*Shame of the week: 350 MILLION records opened in a misconfigured S3.
*With all Data articles, dropped here, what are the best BI tools to consume all this?
*Starting in development now (like me?). Rookie Git mistakes you should avoid.ta
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