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Chris Aniszczyk
Building / Open Source Pragmatist / Avid Runner / Bourbon / Always Paying it Forward
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Chris Aniszczyk 2h
love seeing these crazy cross cloud benchmarks... but interesting... “for pure cost-effectiveness, Oracle is pretty compelling, especially given the amount of memory and SSD you get compared to other cloud providers. The I/O performance is also excellent”
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Chris Aniszczyk 5h
Replying to @mjasay
it's so short sighted as they should be focused on delivering value to customers and continue innovating... open source is a commoditizer... also I'd argue that it speeds up competition... FoundationDB announced their Document layer + (recent AWS news)
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Chris Aniszczyk 23h
you're welcome to have one but it's not officially endorsed by CNCF as we have correct metrics regarding company affiliation that we put a lot of work in getting correct, we encourage folks to contribute upstream to devstats
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Chris Aniszczyk Jan 16
no CFP the program process is described here
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Chris Aniszczyk Jan 16
cool but please don't use stacklytics as a resource for anything related to projects, CNCF DevStats has all the develop affiliation work and is the official resource of attribution for CNCF projects
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Zach Corleissen Jan 15
If you're interested in what a healthy open source project looks like, complete with excellent people, the release team is a great experience--even if you're new to open source or think you might not have enough technical skills.
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Chris Aniszczyk Jan 16
goodbye community growth as they get removed from a variety of linux distributions: "MongoDB removed from RHEL 8 beta due to license"
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Chris Aniszczyk Jan 16
the is good to go on applying to ! now the hard part of collecting project ideas/mentors!
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Kubernetes Jan 15
Calling all community members looking to get involved in a release cycle 📣 if you're interested in participating in the 1.14 Release Team, please fill it out this survey ⬇️
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Chris Aniszczyk Jan 16
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Chris Aniszczyk Jan 15
Replying to @mjasay @nithyaruff
definitely agree! I'm probably going to head to Telluride this weekend for the small holiday
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Chris Aniszczyk Jan 15
plantar fasciitis is one of the most annoying running injuries, takes awhile to shake off
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Chris Aniszczyk Jan 15
Replying to @roach
honestly haven't heard that one yet :)
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Chris Aniszczyk Jan 15
Replying to @jpkrohling
this is only for shoulder days (we're working on expanding availability), give us 24 hours :)
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Chris Aniszczyk Jan 15
⚡the has just released the 2019 events schedule! Check out the list of more than 20 events happening this year (more will be announced later)
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gRPC Jan 15
You have things to say, and we want to hear them! Deadlines fast approaching for conf EU and for the upcoming inaugural gRPConf! Share your gRPC experiences with the community!
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Chris Aniszczyk Jan 15
FYI: EU CFP closes this Friday, also hotel blocks are open now!
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Chris Aniszczyk Jan 14
“At Tumblr, we are avid fans of Kubernetes. We have been using Kubernetes for all manner of workloads, like critical-path web requests handling for , background task executions like sending queued posts and push notifications...”
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Chris Aniszczyk Jan 14
"Together, the Record Layer and FoundationDB form the backbone of Apple's CloudKit"
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Chris Aniszczyk Jan 12
Replying to @kf @meangrape @roach
never but where can you find a kolache on the west coast (btw had a brisket kolache last week and it was amazing)
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