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Aaron Crickenberger
he/him, Kubernetes (SIG Beard, SIG Testing, Steering Committee, v1.14 Release Lead), Google,❤️☕️🎿🥁🎸
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Aaron Crickenberger Mar 29
Replying to @caffeinepresent
Orcas Island
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Aaron Crickenberger Mar 29
Preparing to wander off into the wilderness and stare at nothing in particular for a few days. My brain has wanted to dive in and do all of the things since wrapping up the one big thing. Telling it to wait has taken conscious effort.
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Aaron Crickenberger Mar 27
Dang kind is fast. Runner up for 1.14 Certified Kubernetes is everybody's favorite :bashfire: cluster/kube-up.sh at day 2
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Aaron Crickenberger Mar 27
T-shirt praise from !!! I should probably just pack it up and call it a day. Not going to get much better than this.
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Aaron Crickenberger Mar 26
Replying to @KubernetesPod
Errata: when I said "Runtime Gates", what I meant to say was "Readiness Gates". The original proposal for these was named "Pod Ready++", but PodReadinessGate is the API that came out of it. If I missed anything else, let me know!
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Aaron Crickenberger Mar 26
Me, reflecting on what it's been like to be a Kubernetes Release Lead
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John Allspaw Mar 26
I haven’t seen the video yet, but every slide in this talk brought me to smile harder and harder. This. Is. The. Work. My hope for the future expanded today.
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Aaron Crickenberger Mar 26
Replying to @spiffxp
btw I do, in fact, actually have a soundcloud:
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Aaron Crickenberger Mar 26
Replying to @LachlanEvenson
I should caveat that I cropped this out of a mockup that was sent to me, so the final concept may be slightly different in execution. I will be tweeting far and wide once I have it
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Kubernetes Podcast from Google Mar 26
Kubernetes 1.14 is out! This week's guest is release manager Aaron Crickenberger (), who talks about new features, Kubernetes Enhancement Proposals (KEPs), cat t-shirts, and being bearded on face vs. at heart. 📃 🔊
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Aaron Crickenberger Mar 26
You should ask about the process he went through to make these sometime. Holy wow. Mad respect for the craftsmanship and attention to detail that went into them (and mild FOMO, though the hiatus was worth it)
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Michelle Au Mar 25
I'm super stoked to graduate Local PVs to GA in K8s 1.14! Many thanks to all the alpha and beta testers who stress tested the feature at scale on-premise and in the cloud! Stay tuned for a blog post next week!
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Aaron Crickenberger Mar 25
It was great to work with you all. Having worked on release notes a few times before, I was thrilled to have a dependable team on it. Looking forward to seeing the momentum carry through to next release.
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Aaron Crickenberger Mar 25
This had more stable enhancements than any prior Kubernetes release Everyone wrote a KEP We released on time, with .deb's and .rpm's available immediately And soon there will be a t-shirt that is three wolf moon but the wolves are cats and the moon is Kubernetes Fin.
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Sean Kerner Mar 25
Kubernetes 1.14 Enhances Cloud Native Platform With Windows Nodes —> also explained to me what Kubernetes Enhancement Proposals (KEPs) are all about..
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Kubernetes Mar 25
Kubernetes 1.14 release blog - Production-level support for Windows Nodes, Kubectl Updates, Persistent Local Volumes GA and more!
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Aaron Crickenberger Mar 25
Me, every time I typo as KuberENTes and bake it further into muscle memory
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Aaron Crickenberger Mar 25
It occurred to me I was watching Apollo 11, after having read The Martian, and watched Apollo 13... the day before the go/no-go decision for Kubernetes 1.14. Totally a coincidence, I'm sure.
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Aaron Crickenberger Mar 23
OK I can feel this thing’s claws in me again. I’m walking away for a bit. Enjoy some of the moments of zen I was able to find while while recovering from the flu and/or strep they knocked me out. Fresh air does a body good.
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Joe Nash Mar 23
Good thread with a different perspective on the talks about mental health at tech conferences tweet 👇
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