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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- Coté’s new talks, Were’s Waldo ‘em!
- DevOpsDays CFPs.
- Events in papercall.io.
- Bridget is organized AF.
Relevent to your interests
- Coté’s Register piece on process and such changes that DevOps &co. brings.
- The Kubernetes Lesson - O’Grady gives credit to developers for driving kubernetes interest. Nerd fight ensues.
- Mesosphere DC/OS adds hybrid and multicloud management features.
- Why it might be time for Big Cloud to share the wealth with open-source startups - people always be freaking out about companies making money off open source. I’d wager they pay the wages of most people who write and commit the code, and would happily do so if those folks wanted a job.
- Related: Open Source & Dollar Bills: Building a Successful Company on “Free” Software.
- From Facebook to the Unabomber. So called “tech companies” have their problems, to be sure, but this kind of absurd shit has got to end.
- Related: people are quickly thinking tech is bad.
- Announcing the Flatcar Linux project - “an immutable Linux distribution for containers.”
- JEE renamed to JEE, at Eclipse.
- The RedMonk Programming Language Rankings: January 2018.
- OpenStack Queens release, 17th release!
- SUSE, a Micro Focus company
- Tera Holdings — Warren Buffet of Software
Conferences, et. al.
- March 9th to 13th, SXSW - Brandon in Austin giving out stickers. Coté needs excuses to expense meals and drinks.
- March 22-23, DevOps Talks Conference - Melbourne Matt speaking
- April 26-27, DevOpsDays Jakarta - Matt is keynoting, and Coté will be speaking too.
- May 15th to 18th, 2018 - Coté talking EA at Continuous Lifecycle London.
- May 22-25, ChefConf 2018, in Chicago.
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- Matt: Mastering Emacs
- Anti pick - someone trying to sublet my house for SXSW
- JJ on Dovrk.
- Brandon: T-Mobile.
- Coté: weeding; Amazon Treasure Truck - steaks!
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