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Ihor Dvoretskyi
Developer Advocate at The Linux Foundation & CNCF \ PM@Kubernetes \ Linux-on-the-desktop \ Thoughts are mine
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Nikhita Raghunath Apr 23
Yay, we've got 8 students for who will be working on some REALLY COOL projects over the summer! 🎉 If you see them around in the community, please give them a warm welcome! 😄
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CNCF Apr 23
Heading to Copenhagen for + EU? Make sure to check out this pre-conference meetup, featuring , , and more 🇩🇰
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Schiphol Apr 23
Unusual cargo passing through our airport this week: components of the mission to planet Mercury are being transported by the Antonov.
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Ihor Dvoretskyi Apr 22
hohohooo!
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Ihor Dvoretskyi Apr 21
Replying to @alexellisuk @openfaas
Just did it! Great job, Alex and folks
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Josef Adersberger Apr 20
I'm excited to be speaking at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU 2018 in two weeks : by Example aka beyond the Hype. Cu in Copenhagen my friends.
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🔎Julia Evans🔍 Apr 19
memory allocation
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Jono Bacon Apr 19
Delighted to have from and keynoting the Community Leadership Summit in July (the weekend before in the same venue in Portland). This is a FREE event but registration is required: - join us!
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Ihor Dvoretskyi Apr 19
But please, note that the New Contributors Workshop from the ContribSummit will be recorded; Kubernetes contributors are always open for interaction in Kubernetes Slack and mailing lists, and we are happy to see you at the KubeCon/CloudNativeCon itself!
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Ihor Dvoretskyi Apr 19
Elena, sorry to hear that :( KubeCon/CloudNativeCon's official dates are May 2-4, at the same time, it's common if the supporting events (like the Kubernetes Contributors Summit) are organized before or after the conference.
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Ihor Dvoretskyi Apr 19
Replying to @rothgar
hah, me too :D
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Ihor Dvoretskyi Apr 19
Replying to @rothgar
are you on a dev channel still?
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Ihor Dvoretskyi Apr 19
ICYMI: just did another great job!
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Aparna Sinha Apr 18
Join us at in Copenhagen for a discussion on Securing Kubernetes.
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Ihor Dvoretskyi Apr 18
Replying to @TheAmyCode
Schrodinger's traveling of Amy
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Craig McLuckie Apr 18
Open source works best when it is built in the open. That was key to Kubernetes success: first release was modest and rough, but the team worked with the community from the start. A clear commitment to bringing the community along with you changes the game.
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Ihor Dvoretskyi Apr 18
GitHub is the source of truth!
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Ihor Dvoretskyi Apr 18
yes :)
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Ihor Dvoretskyi Apr 18
There's been a question on StackOverflow - provided an answer
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Ihor Dvoretskyi Apr 18
Rumors are telling me that AWS services are accidentally banned in Russia because of this, LOL.
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