A Brief Introduction to Code Review: Everything You Want to Know

This is Tiexin Guo, DevStream PMC Chair (an open-source DevOps project with an enthusiastic community.) And today, we are going to talk about code review. Specifically, we are going to talk about: why do we need to do code reviews how to review; how to do code review on GitHub how to review for open-source projects But if you want to get acquainted with some best practices for reviewing code

Using AWS S3 to Store DevStream State

In our latest release v0.6.0, using AWS S3 to store DevStream state is supported. In this blog, we are going to demonstrate the usage of AWS S3 to store DevStream’s state files. Terminology State: if you don’t already know about DevStream state, please read this doc and this blog helps, too. Backend: where to actually store the state file. It can be either local or s3 at the moment. Configuration

DevStream v0.6.0 Release

Demo Talk is cheap. Show me the demo: Official Releases for Different Platforms dtm-darwin-arm64 dtm-darwin-amd64 dtm-linux-amd64 Major Changes Plugins now are released to an AWS S3 bucket. dtm init also downloads plugins from S3. AWS S3 can be used to store DevStream state. New Contributors @aeinrw made their first contribution in https://github.com/devstream-io/devstream/pull/456 @lyleshaw made their first contribution in https://github.com/devstream-io/devstream/pull/463 @aFlyBird0 made their first contribution in https://github.com/devstream-io/devstream/pull/479 @wzymumon made their first