Excellent write-up touching making UUID first-class citizen as your DB IDs (do you use UUID as id, right?) and also couple great tips on documenting and allowing composition of Ecto changesets.
First part, of the 3 part series, shows how to annotate your Phoenix code to allow export of
swaggerspecification. It leverages
PhoenixSwagger, which currently supports version 2 of the OpenAPI Specification (while v3 is the current one). Cannot wait for the rest.
Set of hands-on exercises / labs to get you started with Kubernetes.
2.25.0introduces better support for sparse checkouts. You can use
git sparse-checkoutto select subdirectories of your interest from the huge repo. This was objectively the only thing I’ve ever missed when switched from subversion many years ago.