You can deserialize complex nested Xml files into DTO Classes in Symfony in very simple steps using the JMS Serializer Bundle. Just follow these steps:


Step 1: Install Required Packages
Make sure you have the JMS Serializer Bundle installed. You can install it using Composer:

composer require jms/serializer-bundle


Step 2: Configure JMS Serializer Bundle
Configure the JMS Serializer Bundle in your Symfony application. Open your config/packages/jms_serializer.yaml file and add the following configuration:

        auto_detection: true

This configuration enables the JMS Serializer Bundle to automatically detect and use your DTO classes. For more configuration settings refer to the JMS Serializer Config page.

To install kubectl without using sudo on Ubuntu 22, you can follow these steps:


Download kubectl binary:
Open a terminal and use `curl` to download the kubectl binary from the official Kubernetes repository. Make sure to download the appropriate version for your platform (e.g., 64-bit Linux):

curl -LO "$(curl -Ls"


Create a local bin directory:
Next, create a local `bin` directory in your home folder where you'll store the kubectl binary:

mkdir -p ~/bin

Cheat Sheet of common Kubernetes commands.


kubectl version: Check the Kubernetes client and server version.

kubectl version


kubectl cluster-info: Display cluster information.

kubectl cluster-info


kubectl get: List resources in the cluster.

# List all pods in the default namespace
kubectl get pods

# List all services in the kube-system namespace
kubectl get services -n kube-system

# List all nodes in the cluster
kubectl get nodes

# Get detailed information about a specific resource
kubectl get pods my-pod

# Get pods matching a string in a given namespace
kubectl -n my-namespace get pods | grep resource-first-letters-of-name

# Get deployments in a given namespace
kubectl -n my-namespace get deployments

Cheat Sheet of most used Git commands and how to use them.


1. **git init**: Initializes a new Git repository in the current directory.

$ git init
Initialized empty Git repository in /path/to/your/repository/.git/


2. **git clone**: Copies an existing Git repository from a remote server to your local machine.

$ git clone