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- How Netflix does failovers in 7 minutes flat, by Amjith Ramanujam
- Getting started with Anaconda Python for data science, by Don Watkins
- Using less to view text files at the Linux command line, by Scott Nesbitt
- Running Jenkins builds in containers, by Balazs Szeti
- Understanding metrics and monitoring with Python, by Amit Saha
- 5 guiding principles you should know before you design a microservice, by Jake Lumetta
- 6 Python datetime libraries, by Lacey Williams Henschel and Jeff Triplett
- How will the GDPR impact open source communities?, by Robin Muilwijk
- A handy way to add free books to your eReader, by Greg Pittman
- Win a full year of fun electronics projects in our AdaBox giveawa, by Alex Sanchez
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