All the articles I've posted.
Customizing your terminal using OhMyZsh - Agnoster theme and pluginsUpdated: at 15:00
In this article, you will learn how to set up OhMyZsh with the solarized Agnoster theme and install useful plugins that provide functionality, including auto finishing already used commands, googling from within your terminal or copying entire files.
Self-host your blogs comment section using CommentoUpdated: at 15:00
In this article, I'm going to show you how to set up your comment section using Commento and the different configuration options that are available as well as the current development status of the Commento project.
Setting up a HA Kubernetes cluster using K3SUpdated: at 15:00
In this article, you will set up your own high availability K3S cluster and deploy basic Kubernetes deployments like the Kubernetes dashboard. The tutorial will show how to set up all the resources manually first, but there is also an automated option using the official Ansible script, which will also be covered in the article below.
Error handling in GolangUpdated: at 15:00
In this article, we'll take a look at how to handle errors using build-in Golang functionality, how you can extract information from the errors you are receiving and the best practices to do so. A basic understanding of Golang is therefore required to follow this article.
Golang Application monitoring using PrometheusUpdated: at 15:00
In this article, you will learn the basics of Prometheus including what metrics are, the different types of metrics and when they are used. After that, you will expose metrics of a Golang application and visualize them using Grafana.
An Introduction to GolangUpdated: at 15:00
In this guide, you will learn everything you need to know to get started using Go to build real-world applications.
Building a WebRTC video and audio Broadcaster in Golang using ION-SFU, and media devicesUpdated: at 15:00
In this tutorial, you will build a video broadcasting application that reads the camera in Golang and sends it to the ION-SFU (Selective forwarding unit) which allows WebRTC sessions to scale more efficiently.
How to set up and configure your own TURN server using CoturnUpdated: at 15:00
In this article, you will set up your own TURN server using Coturn and secure it using a username and password. You will also learn how to add a domain to your TURN server and run the server using Docker.
How to visualize Sensor data using Grafana and InfluxDBUpdated: at 15:00
In this article, you will build a Grafana dashboard to visualize the data of a temperature sensor that will be read using a microcontroller and send over MQTT.
Flying DJI Tello drone using GolangUpdated: at 15:00
In this article, you will build a simple application to control your DJI Tello drone using your Keyboard in Golang.