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Fatih Arslan
Software Engineer - Kubernetes . Founder of . Creator of vim-go. Tool maker. Checkout my open source projects at
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Fatih Arslan 2h
Replying to @jessfraz
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Fatih Arslan 2h
Replying to @jessfraz
Congrats Jessie, so happy for you. THIS is the place you should be from the beginning! :)
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Fatih Arslan 2h
Finally established installation/authorization workflow for new users. I thought a lot how to make it simple and easy to use. No settings are needed for now, you just login with your Github account, choose your repositories and that's it. Planning to release soon!
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Alex Ellis 23h
The Kubernetes service from is looking to be one of the easiest and quickest I've used so far. Looking forward to writing some guides on this and seeing what you all make of it too.
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joon Nov 15
me on twitter vs. me on linkedin
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Fatih Arslan Nov 16
It really takes 90% of your time to implement the 10% of your project. Creating a product != creating a repo with some code. There are so many things that you have to take care of and make sure everything works out of the box.
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Fatih Arslan Nov 15
My two favorite people 👏 My third favorite person is missing though!
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Fatih Arslan Nov 15
Finally! This is the the work of many hard working people behind the scenes. Thank you all! Our next release of csi-digitalocean will also support CSI v1.0.0.
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Fatih Arslan Nov 15
Kayit var mi acaba? Sonra izlemek icin.
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Fatih Arslan Nov 14
Replying to @seyyahil
abi kapatabiliyorsun onu, sevmiyorsan hic ugrasma :)
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Fatih Arslan Nov 14
I have currently a single App and therefore don't need the automation of a Github App. Because users will install the App on their repo's, they will not need to create it.
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Fatih Arslan Nov 14
Replying to @MarwanSulaiman
This is great. How are we supposed to use it? Could you add some instructions to the Readme, happy to test it :)
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Fatih Arslan Nov 14
Thanks a lot Nat, looking forward to release it to the wider audience. I hope you'll have the chance to see and use it firsthand when the time comes :)
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Fatih Arslan Nov 13
This is one of the features I wanted to have for . Nice to see it's already done and ready to use! I'm impressed by the speed of on how quickly they can ship features like this. Well done 👏
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Fatih Arslan Nov 13
If they add Docker support (which they are working already here: ), this will be a game changer for iPad users.
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Fatih Arslan Nov 12
Congrats Ahmet 👏
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Fatih Arslan Nov 12
Replying to @nerdlicher
The issue is, every call is twice it would take compared to the ones run in a Docker container with Linux image. I think there is something going one, either on my side (macOS) or with the go tool.
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Fatih Arslan Nov 12
Replying to @nerdlicher
This is run even if GOPATH is not set and in a Go module aware package.
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Fatih Arslan Nov 12
Calling "godef" from macOS takes around ~480ms to find a definition, whereas when I run it inside a docker container (based on Debian image), the same query takes ~235ms. Just wow. I wonder what's going in with the FS in macOS.
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John Sundell Nov 10
I added external display support to my iPad Pro Markdown editor prototype! 😀 While iOS has supported external displays for a long time, being able to connect one via USB-C is so nice - and as developers it gives us a whole new UIScreen to render on without delays! 🎉
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