In this series, we will be solving several amazing Problems. We will also try to decode the computational Logic behind the tricky solutions.
In this video, I will be talking about problem-solving as a developer.
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In this video, I will be talking about how to ask for help as a developer.
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As we saw in the previous post, we have developed an entire pipeline for an Alexa Skill using CircleCI. Now we are going to build the same, but using the new continuous integration tool provided by GitHub, GitHub Actions in order to understand how it works and see the differences compared to the previous CI/CD platform used.
In turn, we are going to use the ASK CLI v2 and we will also use the file structure from an Alexa Skill provided by this new second version.
Here are the technologies used in this project:
The Alexa Skills Kit Command Line Interface (ASK CLI) is a tool for us to manage our Alexa Skills and its related resources, such as AWS Lambda functions. With the ASK CLI, we have access to the Skill Management API, which allows us to manage Alexa Skills through the command line.
If you want to create a skill with ASK CLI v2, follow the steps described in the official Amazon Alexa documentation.
We are going to use this tool to perform some steps in our pipeline.
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In these steps, we have our Alexa Skill properly dockerized. As we are not going to package all the software components (Alexa Skill + MongoDB) yet, in this fourth step, we will set up all the Kubernetes objects of our Alexa Skill using MongoDB Atlas.
Here, you have the technologies used in this project:
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In an attempt to empower the talents in the country in making informed decisions around job search, upskilling and robust career building, Naukri.com has unveiled a report — the Naukri Pulse IT skills report, that captures the top 100 skills that recruiters are looking for.
The pandemic has massively pushed the adoption of digitisation in every aspect of life from ordering groceries online to working remotely for a large section of users in the country. With this appetite for digital transformation across industries, there has been an increase in the demand for IT professionals. And therefore, Naukri.com decided to release this report highlighting the ‘Fast-Emerging’ skills along with granular insights across top cities and experience bands.
According to the skills report, Kubernetes, React Native and Redux have topped the list and are termed as the fast emerging skills of choice for recruiters. While Kubernetes has jumped 53 ranks up to 32 in a year, React Native has jumped 59 ranks and Redux 40 ranks to stand at 42 and 66 respectively. Additional skills that are exceptionally preferred by the recruiters are proficiency in Kafka, Magento, as well as Docker.
The report claims that knowing these skills will help job seekers gain a competitive edge. Other hot skills include Typescript, GCP, Ansible, Spark, Servicenow, Architecture, Scala, Laravel, and PostgreSQL.
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