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New Pluralsight Course – Kubernetes for Developers: Core Concepts

I’m excited to announce the release of my next course on Pluralsight titled Kubernetes for Developers: Core Concepts! Since creating the Docker for Web Developers course I’ve been wanting to create a course that takes developers to the “next level” with containers and the new Kubernetes for Developers course does that! Here are a few questions this course will help you answer: Why should I learn about Kubernetes if I’m a developer? What are the core concepts that I should know about to get started? How can I get Kubernetes running on my development machine? What is the role of […]


4 kubectl Commands to Help Debug Pod Issues in Kubernetes

If you’ve worked with containers a lot you’re probably good at commands like docker logs and docker exec to retrieve information about containers that may be having problems. One of the challenges that comes up as people move to Kubernetes is understanding how to get similar details about Pods and any containers running within them. I’ve had several people ask me about this recently in my instructor-led Kubernetes course as well as online with my Docker for Web Developers course (which has a module on Kubernetes) so I decided to post a few of the initial commands you can use […]