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Chris Aniszczyk
Building / Open Source Pragmatist / Avid Runner / Bourbon / Always Paying it Forward
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Chris Aniszczyk Aug 18
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Chris Aniszczyk Aug 18
nice transparency from the Adidas github org page
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Chris Aniszczyk Aug 18
Replying to @rothgar
congrats, happy for you!
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Chris Aniszczyk Aug 17
topo chico is the best fizzy water (lime edition)
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Jorge Castro Aug 17
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Chris Aniszczyk Aug 17
Replying to @krisnova
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Chris Aniszczyk Aug 17
Predix is Kubernetes based now
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Chris Aniszczyk Aug 17
Replying to @chanezon @swardley
I’m confused, I thought serverless was easier since there was no baggage...
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Chris Aniszczyk Aug 17
hill I die on: usage of “contribute” vs “donate” in open source
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Torin Sandall Aug 16
New post about translating policies into to enforce data protection, filtering, and authorization rules. Check it out:
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Chris Aniszczyk Aug 17
Replying to @kudeki
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Chris Aniszczyk Aug 17
happy to see this work happening, had a great conversation with about this earlier this week
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Chris Aniszczyk Aug 17
"Internally, GitHub uses home-grown software called Moda to abstract Kubernetes and make it easier to manage. It's not yet an open source project, but Lambert says it will be..."
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Chris Aniszczyk Aug 17
Replying to @zipkinproject @TheASF
congrats, happy you found a forever home :)
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Chris Aniszczyk Aug 17
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Chris Aniszczyk Aug 17
congrats to you both!
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Chris Aniszczyk Aug 17
I will shamelessly try to get the to sponsor , "Container Store runs on Containers" is a solid keynote idea :)
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Chris Aniszczyk Aug 17
Replying to @garethr @lawouach
a very small percentage, mostly devs/vendors that want to make their tool accessible within k8s
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Chris Aniszczyk Aug 17
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