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Ilya Dmitrichenko
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Replying to @farcaller
Варианта два: GitHub Pages или Medium
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Oct 20
I heard they do fix those keyboard issues for free... Hm, mines is okay so far.
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Bryan Boreham 🤔 Oct 20
Replying to @lizrice @dhh
I have 40 years’ experience of building computer systems and making them work better. I think I can advise others, whether I edit the code or not. But I quit the last job where they said “architects aren’t supposed to code”.
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Nishi Davidson Oct 19
awesome work!!! Big shout out to our open source interns from Ada academy and Karinna Iniguez for contributing diligently and making it to the eksctl new contributor list!
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Oct 19
Replying to @mt165pro
are you at heapcon or somewhere else?
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Oct 18
🤗 eksctl 0.1.7 is out: you can now scale clusters easily, and it also fully supports 👏 thanks to all the contributors who made it possible! 👉 read more on our blog:
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Tamao Nakahara Oct 18
GitOps Automated in 85 mins! Don't miss it! Part of Developing with series by
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Neil Gehani Oct 17
. Container platform has coalesced around . "the public cloud providers are seeing a lot of success in driving this customer segment’s adoption of their container and (managed) Kubernetes services." These focus on setting up and operating K8s.
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Adrian Mouat Oct 18
Is anyone making extensive use of OCI annotations or Docker labels in their images at the minute? I'd like to have some good examples to show people! CC
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Oct 18
🤗 eksctl 0.1.7 is out: you can now scale clusters easily, and it also fully supports 👏 thanks to all the contributors who made it possible! 👉 read more on our blog:
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Oct 18
Replying to @devopsdom
don't know yet, just my idea 'smart speaker' ;)
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Oct 18
Replying to @devopsdom
Can I have a no-so-smart one? Perhaps DIY, more like a parrot basically? =)
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Oct 18
Replying to @errordeveloper
however, it gets interesting as there may be variations on how private usage is priced, e.g. only X hours of compute is free per-project per-week, so you'd pay to get more work done; but anything where number of actions is limited seems kind of silly tbh
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Oct 18
Replying to @errordeveloper
building it into current pricing would basically a no-brainer for adoption, it would mean that: - it's free and unlimited for public project - there is no add-on costs for private project, you just pay a fixed price for Github in general
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Oct 18
and now the big question: will they price it separately from repositories or not?
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Luke Bond Oct 18
TIL `kubectl alpha diff -f <yaml file/dir>` Compares deployed resource with local yaml file. Where have you been all my life... ♥️
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Oct 18
Replying to @puja108 @github
Yes, but why these appear in the first place?
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Oct 17
Why sometimes has review comments without a reply box???
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Richard Case Oct 17
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Oct 17
Replying to @kellogh @puja108
Yes, indeed! GitHub actions genrally proves that lambda-esque serverless model applies well for non-general compute. Many other serverless examples out there already hinted at this.
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