Running Elegant bash on Simple Kubernetes (Rant)

I was triggered by seeing “elegant” and “bash” in the same sentence. Here are the titles I suggest the original author to consider for next blog posts:

  1. Guide to Expressive Assembler
  2. Removing Types from Scala
  3. Adding Exceptions to Go
  4. Introduction to Concise Java
  5. Writing Synchronous JavaScript with Threads
  6. Using Forth Without the Stack
  7. Adding Curly Braces to Python
  8. Making Guido Like Functional Programming
  9. Using Uniform AWS APIs
  10. Writing Safe big C Programs
  11. Making C Higher Level Language than Portable Assembler
  12. Making your Database Stateless
  13. Making Eventual Consistency Immediate
  14. How to Know that Backups are Working Without Doing Test Recovery
  15. Finding Quality Code on Random Internet Sites
  16. All Programming Languages are Beautiful (Illustrated)
  17. Writing Bug-Free Code that does not Need Reviews
  18. Learning Modern C++ in 3 Easy Steps in 2 Days
  19. Stopping Hype Around Kubernetes – Practical Guide
  20. Preventing Appearance of new JavaScript Frameworks
  21. Why node_modules is not a Dumpster
  22. Removing Most of the Syntax from Perl
  23. Understanding Monads in 10 Minutes
  24. How to Stop Debates and Fighting around OSS Licensing with 1 Month
  25. Replacing bash in Next 20 Years

P.S. I’m still using bash at some places. Sadly, it’s still the most appropriate solution in some cases, like we live in 90’s.

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