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.


US government strikes back at Kremlin for SolarWinds hack campaign | Ars Technica

The $1 billion Russian cyber company that the US says hacks for Moscow | MIT Technology Review

kubernetes-sigs/container-object-storage-interface-controller: Container Object Storage Interface (COSI) controller responsible to manage lifecycle of COSI objects.

sjbylo/example-bash-operator: Example operator written in bash.

Why Automated Testing of APIs is Critical for Your Business | ProgrammableWeb

How I Built an On-Premises AI Training Testbed with Kubernetes and Kubeflow – The New Stack

Clubhouse Data Leak - 1.3M SQL Database Leaked Online | CyberNews

Introducing 1Password Secrets Automation | 1Password

lmgrep - Lucene Based grep-like Utility | Dainius Jocas

Tiny Container Challenge: Building a 6kB Containerized HTTP Server! | DevOps Directive

FBI director: Social media is ‘key amplifier’ of domestic extremism | Engadget

Project Zero: Policy and Disclosure: 2021 Edition

Big Tech Is Pushing States to Pass Privacy Laws, and Yes, You Should Be Suspicious – The Markup

Twitter will study ‘unintentional harms’ caused by its algorithms | Engadget

Quick VS Code tip: Automatically add image width and height to images | Christian Heilmann



School custodian refuses to download phone app that monitors location, says it got her fired | CBC News

The FCC wants you to test your internet speeds with its new app - The Verge

Intel CEO Gelsinger says chip shortage to last two years - The Washington Post

List of Open Source Security Tools - Bozho’s tech blog

An ex-Verizon employee explains why it’s not worth helping customers | ZDNet

Features Expected For Linux 5.13 From Apple M1 To FreeSync HDMI To AMD Aldebaran - Phoronix

Reckless DMCA Takedown Purges Legitimate Websites from Google Search * TorrentFreak

Avaya’s “Life and Work Beyond 2020” Survey Reveals Organizations Play Key Role in Individuals’ Well-Being

Mitigating CVE-2021-20291: DoS affecting CRI-O and Podman

IBM Launches New Tools to Ease Quantum Computing Development – The New Stack

Squarespace files for a direct listing on the NYSE | TechCrunch

Backdoored developer tool that stole credentials escaped notice for 3 months | Ars Technica

My Go Executable Files Are Still Getting Larger (What’s New in 2021 and Go 1.16)

Sanctioned Russian IT firm was partner with Microsoft, IBM

Oh hello. Haven’t heard much from you lately: Linux veteran Slackware rides again with a beta of version 15 • The Register

Rook v1.6: Storage Enhancements. Rook v1.6: Storage Enhancements | by Sébastien Han | Apr, 2021 | Rook Blog

Red Hat partners with Skillsbuild.org to offer retraining solution

Distinguishing between tasks and projects – Blog FiascoBlog Fiasco

Russian Foreign Intelligence Service Exploiting Five Publicly Known Vulnerabilities to Compromise U.S. and Allied Networks > National Security Agency Central Security Service > Article View

Psilocybin Therapy May Work as Well as Common Antidepressant - Scientific American

Looking forward to Fedora 34 [LWN.net]

DevRel Weekly - Issue 137 - Your Business Is Your Community

EvgSkv/logica: Logica is a logic programming language that compiles to StandardSQL and runs on Google BigQuery.

Wrongfully arrested man sues Detroit police following false facial-recognition match - The Washington Post

Release Aviary · cisagov/Sparrow