Welcome to The DOCOM Monthly, your monthly digest featuring some of the best content published in and around the DigitalOcean Community last month.
I'm Kathleen Juell, a Community Engineer on the Dev Education team. Today's roundup includes Go, OctoDNS, Rails on macOS & more!
Without further ado, here are this month’s featured posts:
Part of DigitalOcean’s ongoing collaboration with GopherGuides, this tutorial guides readers through how to handle errors in Go. The tutorial goes over how to examine errors, as well as how to take proper action to protect data and alert users and operators that errors have occurred.
In this tutorial by Jamie Scaife, readers will learn how to install and configure OctoDNS. OctoDNS is a tool that enables users to manage DNS using software development principles: version control, testing, and automated deployment.
Learn more about publishing a tutorial with DigitalOcean by checking out information on our Write for DOnations program!
Get started with Rails and configure a PostgreSQL database to work with your application by following these guides.
- Better Option, Upgrade server or add new droplet for Mysql
- how to setup two project in nginx ?
- Can not ssh to my newly created droplet
Get involved yourself on the Community Q&A - ask questions and help other members by providing answers!
Jeremy Meiss shared how to install and deploy a Solace PubSub+ Event Broker to DigitalOcean with Docker:
Adrian Gheorghel went over how to spin up a Jenkins server on DigitalOcean using Terraform and Ansible in How to use Terraform and Ansible to raise a Jenkins Server on DigitalOcean.
In more Go news, the DO team was on the ground at GopherCon in San Diego last week. They talked with developers, handed out Sammy stickers, and spread DO love to attendees.
DigitalOcean released its Currents Survey: Remote Work Edition. Check it out for timely information on remote work in tech – how many people are doing it, how they measure engagement with their companies, how they manage burnout, and more.
And last but not least, check out this Community Casts screencast from our technical writer Erika Heidi on how to do an Initial Server Setup on Ubuntu 18.04. By following this screencast, you will learn how to create a new system user with
sudo privileges, how to set up SSH access for this user, and how to enable a firewall with
Happy hacking, and see you all next month!