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Bryan Liles
Opinions belong to me. KubeCon/CloudNativeCon Program Chair. Senior Staff Engineer . 90s hip hop. I do this for the culture.
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Bryan Liles 9h
Replying to @cagedmantis
It was good. Inspiring to read articles like this.
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Bryan Liles 14h
Replying to @benjammingh @jessfraz
I was offering a counterpoint. Only a single piece of data.
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Bryan Liles 14h
Replying to @benjammingh @jessfraz
I've written lots of Perl and don't want a kinesis.
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Bryan Liles 14h
Replying to @InvokeThreatGuy
Get a shelf and place the server on the shelf.
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Bryan Liles 18h
Replying to @EricaJoy
It starts in 5th grade. Literally the worst.
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Bryan Liles 21h
Replying to @testobsessed
I did this for 2018. I feel so much better. It has been so long I don't even have cravings.
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Bryan Liles 23h
Replying to @bketelsen
It's based on getpwuid(3). So in many cases, you could configure pam_mount to do the right thing.
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Bryan Liles 23h
Replying to @davecheney
Perhaps this a symptom of projects inadequately articulating how to work with them. Couple that with GitHub issues you mentioned and you get frustrated contributors who submit PRs and get angry when they aren't merged.
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Bryan Liles Feb 17
We don't look at survey monkey. Imagine a big spreadsheet.
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Bryan Liles Feb 17
I wrote a tool to make kubecon talk selection waaaaaaay easier. Also working out the math on how to make my autonomous RC car to drifts.
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Bryan Liles Feb 17
Replying to @try_except_
Would be dope if this generated events
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Bryan Liles Feb 17
Replying to @jessfraz
It does, but has me thinking about replicating it once I get some more space.
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Bryan Liles Feb 17
Replying to @jessfraz
Cheating? Or using all tools available?
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Bryan Liles Feb 17
Some people learn math from books, some people are able to infer it intuitively. Others require visual aids. This is a great intro to Probability and Stats /ht
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Bryan Liles Feb 17
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Bryan Liles Feb 15
Replying to @odeke_et
I like this idea. I have just the project to give it a spin on
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Bryan Liles Feb 15
What are your favorite Kubernetes CRDs? These days, I'm a huge fan of the work in and cert manager. The abstractions feel familiar and powerful at the same time.
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Bryan Liles Feb 15
Replying to @dankohn1
I'm not seeing that happen in this current climate.
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Bryan Liles Feb 14
One of my kid's classmates was giving her the business because she was reading a Harriet Tubman book. I teach her that we should treat others like we want to be treated, but she's getting to the age where sees the inequality. Kids shouldn't have to see this at school.
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Bryan Liles Feb 14
Replying to @gigabarb
Yes, automated clearing house. It's how banks transfer money to each other. It should have been phased out years ago, but it's still here sucking up pennies in the transfers.
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