A few notes on the traffic this website has received between January and June 2022.
I like to build and break things. Lately, I’ve been working on tools that improve developer’s lives and productivity. Sometimes I also dabble in automating stuff and optimizing infrastructure. These days I write Python, Go and Kotlin.
‘kubectl explain’ is a powerful tool to inspect details about resources, fields and their meanings. By using it, we can quickly see details of these things without having to open up a browser and associated documentation.
‘kubectl run’ is a little command inside kubectl that can be used to run small experiments and create pods fairly quickly in Kubernetes.
Kubernetes manifests are the baseline of describing objects in Kubernetes, their desired state and associated metadata. In this essay, we go over the four essential fields that every single Kubernetes resource needs.
Thinking about studying for ‘Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD)’ in 2022 and sharing snippets or notes I write during my studies.
A few notes on the traffic this website has received between July and December 2021.
Some musical discoveries I had the pleasure to enjoy throughout 2021.
A story of a nasty encounter with a corrupt lock caused by unexpectedly shutting down an application executing Liquidbase and the deadlocks it caused, preventing instances from booting up.
A summary of the principles behind enabling a “fast and constant” flow of feedback from production all the way back to engineers.
An update on a previous essay I wrote about accessing host resources on Minikube which has now become outdated. Minikube now has improved on this and has a much better approach.