Kubernetes was never for developers…probably. Hold on…hrm.

March 9th, 2018 · 1 hr 15 mins

About this Episode

Did developers have a major impact on the rise of kubernetes? Opinions differ, as we discuss. We also talk about what, if anything, cloud companies owe open source and strategies for picking which conferences to send talks to. Also, the longest Datadog ad read ever.

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