Blog — a living fossil on the internet. Nowadays, people are immersed in short videos, let alone images and tweets. For writers striving for impact, social publishing platforms like Medium would be a better choice. But in the eyes of engineers, their code syntax highlighting sucks, and provide only limited config options. That’s why I can’t give up on a stand-alone blog. However, renting a VPS or using a cloud platform is breaking a butterfly on the wheel. Github Pages is just fine, though its document is a mess.
First of all, you definitely want beautiful Jekyll themes on Github…
After about two months’ preparation, I got my Professional Cloud Architect certificate this week. This experience gives me a lot on Google Cloud Platform(a.k.a. GCP) and architecture design principles. The exam is not difficult at all for a veteran engineer, and I haven’t tried GCP before in my life. I’ll explain how to pass it quickly, and how you can get the most of it rather than just a certificate.
Senior Software Engineer at Indeed.