Learn By Doing Volume 62 -- Lazy Docker and scaling open source at Microsoft

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☁️ 📖 Learn By Doing Volume #62 💻🔨

Happy 4th of July to everyone in the United States. We have a shorter newsletter this week because I have been enjoying the holiday.

That said, there is some awesome content this week. We take a look at the new EC2 Instance connect for SSH access directly from the AWS Console that integrates seamlessly with IAM. Adam Wathan, CSS extraordinaire makes an appearance as well to show off how you can get started using Tailwind in 12 minutes. There is also a Docker terminal UI project that is worth checking out if you need more UI in your container management.

Check out all those articles and the great 'Cool Find' of the week in this 62nd edition of the Learn By Doing newsletter. See you all next week!

☁️ Cloud

Amazon EC2 Instance Connect for SSH access to your EC2 InstancesThis was announced a week or so ago, but it's still very cool to see. Using EC2 Instance Connect you can now SSH into your EC2 instances directly from the console. You can integrate this with your IAM policies and even track who is sshing into root permissions.

🔨 Tools

lazydocker - A simple terminal UI for both docker and docker-composeLooking to take your Docker game to the next level? This open source project, lazydocker, looks to streamline your Docker workflow using a terminal UI.

Code && Languages

Tailwind CSS in 12 minutesAdam Wathan, creator of Tailwind CSS, put out this awesome 12 minute guide to getting up and running with Tailwind. For folks that are new or not familiar with a utility CSS frameworks this is definitely a great place to start.

😎 Cool find of the week

Scaling from 2,000 to 25,000 engineers on GitHub at MicrosoftJeff Wilcox, Software Engineer at Microsoft gives us a cool look behind the scenes at how they have scaled up from 2,000 engineers to 25,000 using GitHub. There is some really great culture things in here but also some interesting technical investments that have been made.

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