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Generating Tailwindcss templates, an IDE for Kubernetes, Employee perks vs wellness!

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Hello 👋🏽
Welcome to my weekly tech musings. Do reply to me on what you liked this week and what you want to see more. In addition, you could access old issues here!

I had my first shot of the vaccine this week. It worked effectively on me, keeping me in bed for a day.
While recovering, I read about an article on how a startup offers BMW Bikes, several other gadgets as perks for new joiners. I felt it is entirely misplaced as a benefit overall, contributes wrongly to culture in the long run. On the other hand, I got an email from my employer; they built an ergonomics program for the health & wellness of employees 😀
What I wrote this week?
I thought I’ll write about this as many were asking about it for some time!
Seven ways to ingest data into Elasticsearch!
What I read this week?
Building Faster Indexing with Apache Kafka and Elasticsearch
Product Lessons Learned
Open source projects
I came across many OSS projects this week, which I will showcase here after trying, but these are interesting. One is an IDE to monitor Kubernetes; another is a tool that generates tailwindcss views.
Kubernetes IDE for development
Upcoming Developer Conferences
BSides Singapore - a popular conference for InfoSec and Security professionals is open for call for papers! As always, happy to help if you want submit.
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Aravind Putrevu 👋🏽
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Aravind Putrevu
Aravind Putrevu @aravindputrevu

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