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.


YouTube is now building its own video-transcoding chips | Ars Technica

pulumi | Exploding Topics

Everybody hates “FLoC,” Google’s tracking plan for Chrome ads | Ars Technica

To Keep Women in the Workforce, Men Need to Do More at Home

Bitcoin Is a ‘Boon for Surveillance’, Says Former CIA Director - Decrypt

What Psychological Safety Looks Like in a Hybrid Workplace

Words Matter

How to test SSL/TLS configurations - Admin… by accident!

Deploying Percona Kubernetes Operators using OpenEBS Local Storage

Codecov Bash Uploader Dev Tool Compromised in Supply Chain Hack | SecurityWeek.Com

How to resize a logical volume with 5 simple LVM commands | Enable Sysadmin

Codecov hackers gained access to hundreds of restricted customer networks | VentureBeat

The Home Office Gear Wirecutter Staffers Bought to Make It Through the Pandemic | Wirecutter

Major BGP leak disrupts thousands of networks globally

In epic hack, Signal developer turns the tables on forensics firm Cellebrite | Ars Technica

Re: [PATCH] SUNRPC: Add a check for gss_release_msg - Greg KH

Announcing Pulumi 3.0 | Pulumi

Facebook suffers a data breach about how it’s hoping to stop the media talking about its last data breach • Graham Cluley

New Michigan Startups Pitch Tech for Social Justice, Trade, and Legal Relief – Cronicle Press

The iPad Pro is a killer machine but its software is killing me

Ask an OpenShift Admin Office Hour - Day 2 Operations, Part 2

Leaky John Deere API’s: Serious Food Supply Chain Vulnerabilities Discovered by Sick Codes, Kevin Kenney & Willie Cade. - Sick Codes - Security Research, Hardware & Software Hacking, Consulting, Linux, IoT, Cloud, Embedded, Arch, Tweaks & Tips!

Converting Markdown to Epub or Mobi | The Mythical Engineer

Bitcoin: How a flooded mine in China spotlighted Bitcoin’s pollution problem | Fortune

Put macOS on the iPad, you cowards - The Verge

Google Turmoil Exposes Cracks Long in Making for Top AI Watchdog - Bloomberg

Linux Preparing To Deal With SD Card Power/Performance Features - Phoronix

Meet Thistle, the startup that wants to secure billions of IoT devices | Ars Technica

The Incredible Rise of North Korea’s Hacking Army | The New Yorker

Deployment Guide for OpenShift on Alibaba Cloud

Chinese hackers used Pulse Secure VPN zero-day to breach US defense contractors

Intentionally buggy commits for fame—and papers [LWN.net]