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Alen Komljen
All things DevOps. Sarajevo meetup organizer. Author of Kubernetes & Cloud Native blog
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Alen Komljen 11h
Replying to @neki_drug
Logicno ;)
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Alen Komljen Jul 15
Not for 10x engineers.
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Alen Komljen Jul 14
Replying to @adnanrahic @shanselman
That’s the one!
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Alen Komljen Jul 14
10x engineers, not a “regular” ones 😉
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Alen Komljen Jul 13
Bunch of crap. Interesting to read some comments in this thread though.
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Alen Komljen Jul 13
Replying to @FarisZacina
I use Authy, switched a few years ago.
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Alen Komljen Jul 10
Changing the job while still staying remote is kind of weird. Basically you change the slack team. 🧐
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Alen Komljen Jul 10
Replying to @Mormoroth
Thanks!
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Alen Komljen Jul 10
Instead of getting certifications I do blogging.
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Alen Komljen Jul 10
A good read: "How different implementations of SRE teams establish boundaries to achieve their goals"
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Alen Komljen Jul 9
Wow, I used zoom at some point, but deleting all traces off it right now
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Alen Komljen Jul 8
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Alen Komljen Jul 7
and security, this is really bad
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Alen Komljen Jul 7
After 6 months, a new Kubernetes Dashboard release . I'm happy to see that the project is moving forward!
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Alen Komljen Jul 6
Next level recruitment via
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Alen Komljen Jul 5
Hah, the number of following and followers
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Alen Komljen Jul 5
Tech news are all about consumer electronics. Too boring.
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Liz Rice Jul 5
Grafana dashboard metrics behind the scenes at 🎾. Yep, they are running on 👍 in cloud
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Alen Komljen Jul 4
Replying to @mgherman
Deploy is the short name for deployment, maybe just not short enough
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Alen Komljen Jul 4
Protip: You can use the short names for Kubernetes resources with kubectl, makes it easier to type. You can see the full list with `kubectl api-resources`
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