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,
The following links and/or notes accompany the corresponding issue of DevOps'ish.
Norman Abramson, Pioneer Behind Wireless Networks, Dies at 88 - The New York Times
A Tour of CI on The Kubernetes Project - YouTube
Making sense out of cloud-native buzz
CERN is making the Large Hadron Collider’s data more accessible | Engadget
Finding Critical Open Source Projects | Google Open Source Blog
Service discovery in Kubernetes - combining the best of two worlds
Brave Private Content Delivery Network
[Security Advisory] CVE-2020-8554: Man in the middle using LoadBalancer or ExternalIPs - Announcements - Discuss Kubernetes
Create a DevOps culture with open source principles | Opensource.com
is it still running?
AMD, Arm, non-Intel servers soar as overall market stalls • The Register
Where Did the Commute Time Go?
Written in Rust - What is the Rust language used for | Evrone
Low-Code To Become Commonplace in 2021 - DevOps.com
Microsoft introduces steps to improve internet routing security | Azure Blog and Updates | Microsoft Azure
Best practices for accessibility for virtual events | Google Open Source Blog
Page not found – TechCrunch
Microsoft and 12 others join Amazon’s climate change initiative | Engadget
Salesforce and Slack execs outline their goals for the $27.7 billion deal - Protocol
DoorDash’s New Valuation Is Even More Ridiculous
DevOps careers: 35 key hiring stats from 2020 | The Enterprisers Project
Seagate says it’s designed two of its own RISC-V CPU cores – and they’ll do more than just control storage drives • The Register
How to explain edge computing in plain English | The Enterprisers Project
Heavybit Welcomes New Member: Jeli | Heavybit
7 security trends to watch in 2021 | The Enterprisers Project
Contributor Celebration | Kubernetes Contributors
5 Kubernetes predictions for 2021 | The Enterprisers Project
Founded by Chaos Engineering Pioneer, Jeli.io Launches First Incident Analysis Platform With $4 Million in Funding - DevOps.com
Equinix to evacuate Frankfurt 5 facility as World War II projectile discovered nearby - FX News Group
The Foundation Conversation | Rust Blog
When You Need Time Off for Health Reasons
Product Marketing Manager - The Duckbill Group
Apple working on a 32-core processor for high-end Macs - The Verge
Webboot Is Becoming Quite Useful For Quickly/Easily Booting ISOs From The Web - Phoronix
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