Every week I comb through 1000s of articles that get curated down to somewhere between 60 to 100 URLs eligible for DevOps'ish. Those URLs land in this notes file that ends up being source material for the newsletter. Being in that group of links is an achievement of its own and should be lauded.

It's a shame when I have to choose between having too many links or someone's special thing getting featured in the newsletter. Here's another chance to shine!

As always, thank you for reading,
Chris Short

The following links and/or notes accompany the corresponding issue of DevOps'ish.


HTML, CSS and Go, Together at Long Last: Vugu Premise and Example | Gopher Academy Blog

The insane news cycles of 2019 - Axios

Iran curbs internet before possible new protests: reports - Reuters

We are giving every IPv6 address a name | ungleich.ch

Fluentd v1.8.1 has been released | Fluentd

Prime Anchor: An Amazon Warehouse Town Dreams of a Better Life - The New York Times

Making Engineering and Finance Play Nice Together with Rachel Stephens - Last Week in AWS

Argo Rollouts: How Intuit Does Blue/Green and Canary Deployments on Kubernetes - The New Stack

Activist who raised awareness about transphobia murdered in Toronto - The Globe and Mail

Tweet / Twitter

I’m Writing a Book on Growing as a Software Developer

Tweet / Twitter

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Amazon backs mammoth $1.3B funding round for Tesla rival Rivian - SiliconANGLE

Tweet / Twitter

Serverless Can Be for Everyone — Let’s Build It That Way

My tmux setup · mh9 codes

Running Kubernetes at Scale Top 2020 Challenge - Container Journal

Tweet / Twitter

Why It’s So Hard to Change People’s Commuting Behavior

How e-truck maker Rivian is spending $3b: Engineers, engineers, engineers | Thinknum Media

Chinese criminal gangs spreading African swine fever to force farmers to sell pigs cheaply so they can profit | South China Morning Post

These Reporters Lost Their Jobs. Here Are the Stories They Couldn’t Tell. - The New York Times

KubeSail Blog | Advanced Rook / Ceph troubleshooting

Tweet / Twitter

Linux: An OS Capable of Effectively Meeting the US Government’s Security Needs Heading into 2020 Features

Bare Metal Benchmarking Alpine Linux 3.11 Against Ubuntu 19.10 + Clear Linux - Phoronix

Commandeer - The Desktop Cloud IDE - Dynamo, SNS, S3, SQS, SNS, IAM

Cloud & DevOps Market in China: A Brief Overview - By Pavan Belagatti

Smarter dishwasher, smarter cook – Jessitron

Amazon’s Race To Build A Fast Delivery Network: “The Human Cost Of This Is Too Much”

StackRox 2020 predictions: Kubernetes to DevOps (Includes interview)

Why so many Japanese children refuse to go to school - BBC News

Pentagon Eyes Africa Drawdown as First Step in Global Troop Shift - The New York Times

My Semester With the Snowflakes - GEN

The 10 Hottest Kubernetes Tools And Technologies Of 2019

SEC probing listings of Slack and other tech unicorns on the NYSE: WSJ - Business Insider

How Internet resources worth R800 million were stolen and sold on the black market

Tweet / Twitter

Streaming won’t get easier or cheaper | Engadget

My Business Card Runs Linux • &> /dev/null

Tweet / Twitter

Facebook says group used AI-generated faces to push pro-Trump, anti-Chinese government messages | South China Morning Post

What is SIGTERM? What’s the difference between SIGKILL & SIGTERM?

The Lost Worlds of Telnet - The New Stack

Top 9 sysadmin career stories from 2019 | Enable Sysadmin

HPE goes on the warpath, attacks AWS over vendor lock-in • The Register

Let Your Team Have That Heated Conversation

How to Ask for an Email Introduction

Ethiopia launched its first space satellite with China’s help — Quartz Africa

How the U.S. Air Force Deployed Kubernetes and Istio on an F-16 in 45 days - The New Stack

SemVer is an intent - not a promise » DamienG

Deterministic Aperture: A distributed, load balancing algorithm

Culture was at the heart of many careers conversations in 2019

Want to make good business decisions? Learn causality | Stitch Fix Technology – Multithreaded

New disclosures to our archive of state-backed information operations