This article is a quick note about my opinion on how a long-term evolution of a python project may happen.

The long term, in this case, spans over the years. My observation is based on experience working on a fintech startup for five years.

Every project starts as a state…


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This article is devoted to software engineers who wake up thinking, “I should build the next big thing.” This intention eventually faces many difficulties.

Without a thorough approach, a good outcome would be a few months wasted, as it happened to me some time ago.

Engineering and even management/leadership skills…


This is the second part of Building a kubernetes cluster on Raspberry Pi and low-end equipment article. In this part, I’ll create an Internet-facing network for the kubernetes cluster.

In part 1, I provisioned kubernetes nodes, set up the cluster, and ran test application.

The main goal is to create…


In this series of posts, I’m going to build a kubernetes cluster using Raspberry Pi devices as a basement of the computing platform. …


Overview

This guide will focus on initial steps of application development with go programming language.

We will use Raspberry Pi 3 and up to date version of Golang(1.12 at the moment of writing).

Raspberry Pi 3 comes with Cortex-A53 (ARMv8) 64-bit SoC, which allows us building applications for ARM 64-bit processors.

Eduard Iskandarov

Entrepreneurial engineer, Pythonista. Crossed the Death Valley. Full-stack development, DevOps, Security. Building software, teams and startups.

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