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Tom Gallacher
🏎️🛣️🚴👨‍💻🍺. Linux performance privateer & DevOps extraordinaire, Often seen happily writing code without any knowledge of his surroundings.
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Tom Gallacher Mar 20
Replying to @igorsoarez
I don't think so, your would think they had good breaks but one crashed when trying to stop on tower bridge the other day.
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Tom Gallacher Mar 20
If you have an electric scooter on the cycle path please don't be that prick and budge your way to the front, cyclists are likely faster than you (also cyclists that do this should also be faster).
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Tom Gallacher Mar 19
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Tom Gallacher Mar 19
Fair enough, yeah I haven't seen it be done successfully before, but nothing is impossible :)
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Tom Gallacher Mar 19
. How does this work for remote teams, curious, do you transcribe or have a digital version as well?
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Istio Mar 19
Another big day for contributors and community! Istio is now version 1.1 and enterprise-ready. Details on the blog -
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Tom Gallacher Mar 19
Replying to @dscape @lukeb0nd
It was hot, but easy, used about a teaspoon and a half of that, ready to go one up me thinks.
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Tom Gallacher Mar 19
Trying to make proud with this mega spicy guac
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.DS_Storoz Mar 17
Cool Job Idea: a senior engineer, fully able to contribute code, but whose only responsibility is code reviews & pairings with newer/JR devs to get them comfortable & leveled up faster. A "Junior Engineer Support Person". Maybe companies would hire more JRs if they had that role
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Tom Gallacher Mar 19
Replying to @KimberleyCook91
Holy shit you two, this is unbelievable. :0 fricken awesome.
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Tom Gallacher Mar 18
And a third where they use the best tool for the right job!
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Tom Gallacher Mar 18
And a third where they use the best tool for the right job!
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Tom Gallacher Mar 18
Replying to @YLDio
Next up yld.yld :D
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Tom Gallacher Mar 18
I discovered this on some of our work machines was due to using non specification compatible usb-c/thunderbolt devices as powered hubs / display adaptors. Could this be your case as well?
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Tom Gallacher Mar 15
Yeah 2009 so has canbus via odbii so should have quite a bit
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Tom Gallacher Mar 15
350z :)
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Tom Gallacher Mar 15
no as that will be awesome, or no, k3s isn't mature enough :D
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Tom Gallacher Mar 15
Thinking of running in my car for telemetry - does using k3s make sense?
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citymobility Mar 15
Pretty graphic. But pretty effective. People who drive and use their phones = terrifying
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Tom Gallacher Mar 15
Even that might be overkill! NASA uses 3.141592653589793 for navigation.
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