January 1, 2021 | 13:00
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Stuff to read for 2021

The new year 2021 starts off quietly with original English Breakfast Tea and a stack of new books. I have long been looking forward to the 3rd edition of the book by Oliver Liebel, which was published kinda fortnite before Christmas. My intentions are getting more familier with orchestration and automation of containers. The second Ansible book tells the same story. The last book within the stack is a kind of cookbook. Here I’m particularly interested in the sections on creating and displaying graphs, weighting interconnections, Jarnik- and Dijkstra-Algorithms and how to program everything by yourself in your own framework without any third-party components. Plenty of material for the next few weeks, isn’t it?

Wherever you are, make sure you are comfortably mucking in in the lockdown.
This one will go considerably beyond the 10th of January 2021.

Lesestoff für 2021

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