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Microservices for Startups

Microservices for Startups is a 12-chapter guide for engineering leaders and teams. It’s chalked full of practical advice and real examples for teams considering microservices. It’s designed as a reference book you can use as you navigate adopting Microservices in your company. [more inside]

New Jekyll Remote Theme in Action - Turn Your Text Notes into Live Slides w/ Jekyll

Hello, the latest and greatest plugin to GitHub Pages (and Jekyll) is Jekyll Remote Themes. Using a simple config entry you can “automagically” pull in remote themes (layouts, includes, javascripts, etc). To show off / test the new functionallity I’ve put together a minimal ready-to-use (fork/clone) setup called Talk Starter (S6 Blank) that turns your notes in plain text w/ markdown formatting conventions in live web slides (using the S6 blank machinery). See Blockchains!, Blockchains!, Blockhains! (Source) as example. Happy publishing w/ GitHub Pages (and Jekyll). Cheers.

S6 Blank - Slideshow (S9) (Jekyll-Compatible) Template Pack Rebooted / Updated

Hello, I’ve rebooted the (default) S6 Blank (Jekyll-Compatible) Template Pack for the Slideshow (S9) command line tool (and library). What’s news? The S6 machinery has now an easy-to-extend microkernel (Bespoke.js-Compatible). Why not build / generate your next talks / slideshows from your notes written in plain text with markdown formatting conventions? Happy publishing with S6 & S9. Cheers.

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