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Using AWS Data Migration Service

 Want to share this easily? Check out the Notion page. By Morgan Lucas (she/her) from this video by Johnny Chivers Created publicly accessible, password-protected data base with Amazon Aurora with PostgreSQL Compatibility to migrate to Amazon Dynamo DB Managed inbound rules of security group to limit access Used open source software HeidiDB to interact with database via a TCP/IP session and specific URL for DB (Not shown here for security)     Connected to Aurora PostgreSQL Database ran queries that deleted and created tables populated with new information Created publicly accessible replication instance to connect to our RDS to initiate database migration Created configuration endpoints with existing instance used to migrate database User_Data to Amazon DynamoDB Created role to talk to DMS (making sure to click the radio button beneath) Successfully connected target (endpoint) to instance (middleman to transfer data) Set up database migration task to move from Aurora PostgreSQL D

The Wanton Destruction of a Nintendo Switch Joycon

I am a Nintendo household. I have every console from childhood - Some of the very oldest ones were my father's - except the Virtual Boy. I still have my GameCube, Wii, Wii U, and now the Switch.  When I received the Wii U with two games loaded onto it - Smash Bros and something called Splatoon, I wanted it for Smash Bros, but as a long time Smash Bros. player, it felt too odd to have my hands a foot away on the large, ungainly controller. Muscle memory was too strong. Since Splatoon was a new IP, it took less trouble to get accustomed to the controls - And I fell in love with the entire colorful, post-apocalyptic aesthetic of squids dressing terribly and slinging paint around. A few days ago, Nintendo Europe released a video showing off the Splatoon 3 edition Switch, and it is gorgeous . It looks more colorful than the actual game. Wish I made enough money consistently to justify getting one of these. Want to help with that? See here and share .   I'm not super sure when these

Packaging an app with Dockerfile

 Find a better formatted version of this post on Notion ! Share it. Share this too. The more sharing, the better. Packaging the app: ✅ Pushing to DockerHub: ✅ See Error Pushing to Docker Hub below for how I troubleshot the issue! What is my app? A static webpage I had created for fun a few months ago. I knew it would come in handy! What did I do? Used demo static webpage for testing. Created Dockerfile 💡 It should be Dockerfile, no extension. Dockerfile.Dockerfile is incorrect! Used nginx Alpine as server and the following code: FROM scratch as static-site WORKDIR /app COPY . . FROM nginx:1.16.0-alpine as server COPY --from=static-site /app /usr/share/nginx/html EXPOSE 80 CMD [ "nginx", "-g", "daemon off;"] From Mwiza Kumwenda (see resources below). I wondered if I should use "start" in the CMD [ "nginx", "-g", "daemon off;"] list/tuple, but it worked without it. Exposed port 80 Created image;