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brendandburns
Kubernetes co-founder. Distinguished Engineer @ Microsoft Azure Container Service & Instances Cloud Shell and Resource Manager opinions are my own, alone
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Justin Luk Apr 11
2.0.31 now available from - check out the new functionality and keep in touch at !
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Jasper de Lange Apr 16
I just upgraded my Azure AKS cluster from a browser... just a browser. Azure Cloud Shell is seriously cool tech!
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Patrick W. Watson Apr 17
I believe Magellan already did this.
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Karen Chu Apr 18
If you're headed to early, don't forget to join us at local Cloud Native Copenhagen meetup on Monday night: will be giving a talk on Container Instances!
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brendandburns Apr 18
Replying to @cmeik
And I was thinking about more formal Ada style Pre/Post condition validation from the language itself, but you could add it on as a REST post-processor... (that's actually a cool thing to add to metaparticle, thanks for the inspiration :)
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brendandburns Apr 18
Replying to @cmeik
(sorry for the response delay, vacation) I guess I don't see the need for type-coercion in the Set1->Set0 example, that feels like a pre-condition (Set.length > X). Now the fact that there is a ".Length" to call, that's a type, but doesn't require inheritance.
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Maciej Twaróg Apr 12
Kubernetes: Up and Running - Extremly straightforward read. Wish there was more books like that. Thanks , ,
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GOTO Amsterdam Apr 18
Join us at 2018, June 18-20 for a schedule full of awesome speakers like: , , & many more. Early Bird ends TONIGHT at 10pm CET - Don't miss your chance to save €150! Register now at
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faraaz Apr 8
Ok finally got to try it on a cluster with 125 nodes. It was pretty fast actually
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Lukas Eder Apr 7
Am I doing this right?
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Jonathan Hutchinson Apr 7
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Justin Luk Apr 6
Erasing the boundaries between and VS !
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@DynamicWebPaige Apr 7
walked past a GAP on the way back from getting coffee, launched an cloud shell while waiting for the WALK sign, and wrote a Python list comprehension to figure out if I have enough viable clothing combinations in my suitcase to last until the next time I can do laundry
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brendandburns Apr 7
Replying to @rony358
I think networks are just transient storage...
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brendandburns Apr 7
shouldn't make much difference, uses kubectl under the hood which can handle that, and vs-code can obviously handle projects with hundreds of files in their tree-viewer... Let us know.
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brendandburns Apr 7
works for me, I got 12hrs of flights to and from Hawaii coming up :)
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brendandburns Apr 7
Computers would be so much easier if no one ever needed storage...
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brendandburns Apr 6
interesting, I'll have to try to install them both and see what happens.
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D. Guy Apr 6
a year later he would catch a Linux flavored cynicism, but 9 year old me (pictured) would be THRILLED to hear that the 28 yo version just accepted an offer to join the Container Service Team @
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Seth Goings Apr 6
Super pumped to have as a part of the Azure Container Service team. Already readin' up on
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