It has been two months when my first covid symptom showed up. I am now fully recovered, took my first vaccine shot, don’t have any long-term post covid symptom except rarely dry cough once in a day or two. I am going to work, playing and spending time with my son, and doing whatever a normal person can do. Coming back to your normal life after physical, mental, and emotional trauma is a blessing. However, every incident somehow leaves a deep impact on our personal development, mental health, and behavioral changes. I think I am not what I used to…
One more time, my wife has perused the entire bible. I have been seeing her doing this from last more than a decade. She commences on Ash Wednesday and ends it before Easter. She reads it from the first word to the last word without skipping any chapter, verse, and book. That is astounding to me. While we were recuperating from covid, I got the opportunity to ask her, how she actually read it from “In the Begining” to “Amen” in a limited timeframe and why? Here are few points I learned from our conversation
Why in lent days?
My parents in India have already taken their first vaccine shot and waiting for the second. But getting the second one seems questionable due to the unavailability of vaccine doses. India’s current covid situation, race to be vaccinated, and limited production delaying the mission to vaccinate the whole population. It is hustling for the common man, to get the availability and slots for registration. Senior citizens can walk in to get vaccinated, but the vaccine doses should be available at the vaccination center. …
I caught Covid just after Easter. I am sure, no one ever wants to hear “covid positive”. Maybe I am an irresponsible, atheist, and terrible person. Maybe I was not following covid guidelines or my name is not in God’s favorite book. On the other hand, those who didn’t get covid are the highly immune, God’s favorite, and responsible people on Earth. Bullshit!!! It is shame that there are people who really think so.
Bible says “The thief comes only to steal, kill and destroy”.
Coronavirus comes as a thief irrespective of how preventive measures you are taking, it comes…
During this pandemic, Zoom became one of the most prominent cloud platforms for video conferencing. Zoom is not only a video and voice calling service but it gives you a powerful platform to live stream for passive users or participants.
This post will show you the simple steps to live stream your zoom services like bible study and weekly prayer meeting on Facebook, YouTube, or other streaming services. We will integrate Restream.io a cloud-based streaming service that provides you to live stream on multiple social media platforms.
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It is been more than a year that Coronavirus is still affecting our daily life in many ways and pushing us more toward virtualization. We ‘human beings’ are still adopting these new life changes and learning every day the surviving skills to stay up ahead.
I have seen that there are still many small churches that are straggling while live-streaming their worship services. This article shows you how a small church that has a limited resources/budget can also go live on multiple social media platforms.
These are required for any kind of live streaming -
Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), a management and orchestration service for container clusters within Google Cloud. When we use GKE to run our containerized workload, Google cloud provides us the advanced cluster management features like Node pools, automatic scaling, Node auto-repair, logging/monitoring, and Google Cloud’s load balancer. You can interact with GKE using the gcloud command-line interface or the Google Cloud Platform Console.
To learn about Google Kubernetes Engine, click here
This article is just to show you how to deploy a containerized (docker) simple Django web application on GKE and setup CI/CD pipeline in GKE using cloud build to automatically…