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Ilya Dmitrichenko
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Brian Goff Aug 13
I feel like we rushed into this containers thing so hard and pushing for immediate, “right now” solutions to problems b/c of it rather than taking the time to build well designed systems. Not that everything is bad, but there is a lot of duct tape holding the fleet together.
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Weaveworks Aug 13
Need help automating Helm releases? walks us through how to automate Helm chart releases using . Learn more:
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O(charles) Aug 10
I've just released prometheus-client-1.0.0 -- a Haskell library for publishing Prometheus metrics. Changes here:
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Aug 9
Replying to @lizrice
It was a pleasure to be of service reviewing some of the submissions!
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Aug 8
Have a good one! =)
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Aug 8
didn't go this time, perhaps next year!
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Weaveworks Aug 7
is one of the first big projects to adopt the CLI ! Read what James Strachan, the Jenkins X project lead, had to say about it
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Aug 8
Replying to @f_koch @chuhnk and 3 others
I don't think it is actually as user-friendly as YAML
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Aug 8
Yes, exactly
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Aug 7
Replying to @kellabyte
No, you can! Just needs lots of sidecars to go with each and every one of your Kubernetes workload!
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Aug 7
Replying to @louispilfold
wait, did you just invent a language?
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Aug 7
Replying to @zmarkan @JoelASpeed
I am not sure what are you getting at...
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Ahmet Alp Balkan Aug 6
Let’s Encyrpt is now a trusted root. This is a big day for TLS! Thanks for making the internet better for everyone.
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Aug 7
That's great, but I am really thinking of something with a much more traditional syntax...
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Stefan Prodan Aug 7
Progressive Delivery is Continuous Delivery with fine-grained control over the blast radius. You can achieve this on with traffic control and
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Aug 7
Replying to @garethr
I think I only started to adapt – been kind of feeling like as if everyone else is kind of slow (or on holidays?).
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Aug 7
Replying to @aronchick @chuhnk and 2 others
Also, parsers should be able to preserve comments.
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Aug 7
Replying to @aronchick @chuhnk and 2 others
I agree about EOL comments.
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Aug 7
Also, subset of jq must be part of such spect, so we have a one well-known way of of querying the documents.
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Aug 7
Replying to @aronchick @chuhnk and 2 others
My idea is more like like json++. Indentation wouldn't be require, so you can write compact version over the wire, but gofmt equivalent would be mandated.
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