Microsoft Australia Cloud Skills Challenge just ended today. I joined the challenges. Although I didn't win a goodie bag, I gain some knowledge about Microsoft Azure products. All the while, I been using AWS for most of the backend works. Now I know about Microsoft Azure products, it gives me options to choose either one of them for new coming works. So far, I mostly know how to configure all the products with Azure portal through Microsoft Learn documents. After these, I want to learn the Azure libraries (SDK) for Python during my spare time.
In Japan, a tsukubai (蹲踞) is a washbasin provided at the entrance to a holy place for visitors to purify themselves by the ritual washing of hands and rinsing of the mouth. This type of ritual cleansing is the custom for guests attending a tea ceremony or visiting the grounds of a Buddhist temple. The name originates from the verb tsukubau meaning "to crouch" or "to bow down", an act of humility. Guests attending a tea ceremony crouch and wash their hands in a tsukubai set in the tea garden (roji) before entering the tearoom.