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Daniel Mangum
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Daniel Mangum 24m
Replying to @stephenaugustus
RELATABLE
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Daniel Mangum 6h
Replying to @swade1987
Yes!
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Daniel Mangum 10h
New Streaming Setup feat. Corny Mug from Graduation 👀
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Daniel Mangum Aug 8
Making some more progress. Unmarshaling YAML then trying to parse it for specific context feels a bit redundant (i.e. rereading files for character positions, etc.), but writing a standalone parser feels too heavy 🤔 Side note: LSP is incredible 🙌
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Daniel Mangum Aug 7
Seeing someone you care about excel at something they are passionate about has to be one of the greatest joys of life
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Daniel Mangum Aug 7
I wrote some Javascript today which significantly exceeds my typical daily limit of none
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Daniel Mangum Aug 7
Agreed that we need the infrastructure primitives defined first. Crossplane providers mirror the cloud's SDK 1:1 (even in some places where doing so is cumbersome). Would be great if cloud's maintained their providers and then we had a common language to compose their primitives!
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Daniel Mangum Aug 7
We like open source contributions :)
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Daniel Mangum Aug 6
Writing composed infrastructure resources for is about to get a whole lot easier 👀 Language server coming soon
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Daniel Mangum Aug 6
Anyone interested in listening to the excellent on , you can add by this RSS feed
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Daniel Mangum Aug 6
Yes! We use it in provider-azure for
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Daniel Mangum Aug 6
Replying to @_davideast
Nice! Been getting closer to consistency at that pace also! If you haven’t already come through I have a route in St. Louis that would be good for a PR :)
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Daniel Mangum Aug 5
Awesome to see St. Louis’s own featured at community meeting! Thanks for all you do with 🚀
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Daniel Mangum Aug 5
Replying to @chrisoncode
This is super cool! I’ve also tried out the OBS NDI plugin in the absence of a capture card to pretty good success. Always enjoy you sharing pictures of your setup 🙂
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Ramiro Berrelleza Aug 5
The project is another great example of this trend. Big fan.
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Daniel Mangum Aug 4
Replying to @leodido
There has been a big effort to add resource requests and limits to all blocking jobs for kubernetes, so the dashboards have been a bit tumultuous lately as we determine the correct memory and CPU required for each job
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Daniel Mangum Aug 4
Replying to @leodido
If conformance-ga-only ran more than twice a day this picture could be even more green 😉
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Daniel Mangum Aug 4
And a good morning to you as well testgrid!
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Daniel Mangum Aug 3
Congratulations to you and all the folks who will have the privilege to be your coworker! 🙌
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Daniel Mangum Aug 3
Happy Monday! It’s a great day to
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