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Hey there, newsletter readers!

Welcome to our weekly update where we bring you the latest and greatest tech trends of the week. We've got a lot of exciting things to share, so let's dive right in!

First up, we've got an amazing cloud-native vector database that promises to deliver efficient storage for next-gen AI applications. With its powerful indexing and querying capabilities, this database is sure to be a game-changer for data scientists and machine learning enthusiasts alike.

Next on the list is something that's sure to excite all you K8s aficionados out there. Introducing the API traffic analyzer for Kubernetes, a tool that provides real-time visibility into your K8s protocols. Think of it as TCPDump and Wireshark re-invented for Kubernetes! Check it out here if you want to stay on top of your K8s game.

We know how frustrating it can be to run into error messages that don't make sense. That's why we're sharing this useful link that helps you solve the pesky "Cannot use generic type iradix.Tree" error message. With a little bit of guidance, you'll be up and running in no time.

What do you get when you mix ChatGPT, Twilio and WhatsApp? A serverless gym app, of course! This article shows you how to build a fitness app that connects with users through WhatsApp. So if you're looking to get in shape, and want to do it in style, look no further!

Last but not the least, we're highlighting this LeetCode question that tests your programming skills with its "Count of Smaller Numbers After Self" problem. It's a challenging one, but with a little bit of effort and determination, we're sure you'll be able to crack the code.

That's all for this week's newsletter. Keep an eye out for more exciting updates coming your way next week!


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