A collection of interesting links I read throughout last week (November 7th 2020 to November 14th 2020).
I like to build and break things. Currently, Site Reliability Engineer at Talkdesk, formerly Claranet. These days I write Python, Go and Kotlin, while looking for ways to optimize and automate infrastructure.
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A small account of contributing with improvements to pytest’s ‘collect-only’ functionality. I have made a few changes in the way pytest processes the results of test collection, when using ‘collect-only’, based on feedback from an issue that was reported to pytest.
A small recap of what I’ve been up to during Hacktoberfest 2020 so far.
“It is good to have an end to journey towards, but it is the journey that matters in the end.”
An upbeat soulful album from the master Bill Withers.
A deeper analysis of Github’s advice for modifying commit author information on a repository.
This title is self-explanatory but, in any case, how can I access host resources in
minikube? It seems straightforward but after digging up through the internet, it seems that it isn’t as easy as it ought to be.
An album inspired by the Ten Commandments, composed by Sufjan Stevens and performed by Timo Andres. It was composed to be performed alongside “a dance work choreographed by Justin Peck that premiered with the New York City Ballet in May of 2017”.
In a previous essay I wrote about the process behind my Hacktoberfest 2019 contributions. It is now worthwhile to make a quick follow-up, at this point, at the status of those contributions.
A review of previous notes on how to elevate shell scripts from within the scripts themselves, after understanding my previous approach had issues.