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Tim Hockin
Principal SW Engineer, Kubernetes, GKE, & Google Cloud
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Tim Hockin Sep 17
Replying to @krmayank
As far as I know, yes
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Tim Hockin Sep 17
Some people suck, but most don't announce it up front.
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Tim Hockin Sep 17
Replying to @krmayank
That is to the GKE API, not your own master
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Tim Hockin Sep 14
Replying to @Mierdin @tophee
I don't think there is a very supported way to do what you want. You could do something like a DaemonSet which knows how to add interfaces to running pods, which is PROBABLY unlikely to cause support problems, but not f the t does you are still beyond city limits..
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Tim Hockin Sep 14
Replying to @aronchick @rleidle
Showoff
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Tim Hockin Sep 14
Replying to @tophee @Mierdin
It does switch to CNI, but: a) COS is mostly read-only so you can't change that. Ubuntu is doable but... b) If you change the CNI driver, we basically can't support you. If something breaks and you need help from us, we will have a hard time. What are you trying to do?
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Tim Hockin Sep 14
Cloud TPUs in GKE => Beta. If you're doing ML on GKE, this is a big deal. If you're a dinosaur like me, ML is just too much magic to comprehend.
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Tim Hockin Sep 11
Replying to @emailbob
I'm glad it was useful! It was a little weird to narrate my thinking out loud :)
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Tim Hockin Sep 10
Kubernetes git is big and it builds a LOT of artifacts...
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Tim Hockin Sep 2
Replying to @dgentry @tekgrrl
2000-2004 for me. Came in through Cobalt Networks acquisition, got crapped on, left for Google.
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Tim Hockin Aug 30
Replying to @itaysk
Thanks. It means a lot to wake up and see that.
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Tim Hockin Aug 29
Awesome post!
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Tim Hockin Aug 29
Kubernetes is a little different from most projects. Much of the testing requires a cluster, so FOSS-based services like Travis/Circle/Shippable etc don't quite work. It's also taking more PRs than most projects. I think we can tell an interesting story when the xfer wraps up.
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Tim Hockin Aug 29
Replying to @jbeda
I am used to you being a PITA by now. :)
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Tim Hockin Aug 29
Replying to @TechCrunch @fredericl
This headline is pretty awful. Google is in NO WAY stepping away from the project. This represents the community being able to access community-owned things. The project is simply getting more transparent and open. Google and the folks who work here are as committed as ever.
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Tim Hockin Aug 29
"just" do the math on 5000 VMs :)
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Tim Hockin Aug 29
Replying to @jbeda
I specifically want to thank you, Joe, for holding my feet to the fire on this. It took a while to get through the process, but I am glad we code do it.
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Tim Hockin Aug 29
Replying to @timothysc
I am already overwhelmed with our awesome community stepping up and asking "how can I help". We have a list of specific assets to xfer, each of which needs a plan. Team is forming. Work to start ASAP.
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Tim Hockin Aug 29
Replying to @deepak365
This is a horrible spin on the news. Google is not stepping g back in any way.
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Tim Hockin Aug 29
Replying to @newsyc20
This headline is a terrible spin on the actual news. This is about openness and transparency. Community having access to things they rightfully own.
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