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.


Comcast working toward 10Gbps to your home | ZDNet

Acellus, a Major Online Learning Platform, Was Created By a Subterranean Religious ‘Cult’ Whose Leader Has Been Accused of Violence and Abuse | OneZero

Twitch.tv is About to Get Placed On a WIPO Anti-Piracy Blacklist * TorrentFreak

rust in curl with hyper | daniel.haxx.se

Observability 101: Terminology and Concepts - Honeycomb

How to Spoof Any User on Github…and What to Do to Prevent It | by Matt Calhoun | Oct, 2020 | Gruntwork

Static analysis with KubeAudit for Red Hat OpenShift - Red Hat Developer

Serverless Horror Stories – The New Stack

America’s internet wasn’t prepared for online school - The Verge

Bruce Momjian: Postgres Blog

Streamlabs & Stream Hatchet Q3 Live Streaming Industry Report | by Ethan May | Oct, 2020 | Streamlabs Blog

Important Helm Repo Changes & v2 End of Support in November | Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Fedora Women’s Day | Hopin

Call for Questions! sig-HONK AMA KubeCon NA keynote panel - General Discussions - Discuss Kubernetes

The Developer Experience Gap – tecosystems

Cloud Native Computing Foundation Announces Rook Graduation | Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Contributor email domain distributions

Carbon-Aware Kubernetes | Sustainable Software

How to Setup PostgreSQL Monitoring in Kubernetes

Unlocking eBPF power

Using Ansible to interact with web endpoints | Enable Sysadmin

An opinionated history of programming languages | artagnon.com

The Nuts and Bolts with Tanya Reilly — Squarespace / Engineering

Hiring for Tech Jobs has Increased More than 100% in These Midwestern Cities

University champions open source with new OSPO | Opensource.com

OpenShift Developer Survey

redhat-developer/service-binding-operator: The Service Binding Operator: Connecting Applications with Services

Keep Secrets out of Your Codebase | Atomist Blog

Acquiring Kasten for Kubernetes Data backup, Disaster Recovery and Mobility - VIRTUALIZATION IS LIFE!

Venice holds back the water for first time in 1,200 years | CNN Travel

A China-Linked Group Repurposed Hacking Team’s Stealthy Spyware | WIRED

Announcing PipeCD | PipeCD

How can one stream safely? : Twitch

Equinix Metal: Metal and More! - Interconnections - The Equinix Blog

It’s Time to Rethink Corporate Bereavement Policies

Cultural barriers hurt inclusion of women in tech, say Accenture, Girls Who Code | HR Dive

How Businesses Can Recruit and Develop More Young People of Color

John McAfee Indicted for Tax Evasion | OPA | Department of Justice

Thank you for posting: Smoking’s lessons for regulating social media | MIT Technology Review

Linux Could Soon Have A New Knob For Toggling Performance/Power-Profile For Laptops - Phoronix

Red Hat Accelerators Program - Red Hat Customer Portal

Lessons from 10 Years of theCUBE | Blog Stu - Stuart Miniman

Understanding operational 5G: a first measurement study on its coverage, performance and energy consumption | the morning paper

AT&T internet: Provider starting to phase out DSL

Resources for learning distributed systems | Lobsters

The end of the American internet — Benedict Evans

How One Guy Ruined #Hacktoberfest2020 #Drama

Debugging Kubernetes Applications on the Fly - Rookout

Cloud-Native CI/CD Pipeline for Kubernetes- Webinar - JFrog

Changes to the Knative Project Governance | Knative

screego/server: screen sharing for developers https://screego.net/

yq : A command line tool that will help you handle your YAML resources better - DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻

DuckDuckGo, Mozilla launch privacy settings for the internet