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.


Web Scraping using Selenium and Python

‘Ghost of Tsushima’ one year later: I’m still riveted - The Washington Post

Beijing has started on-site cybersecurity inspection of Didi Chuxing after the company ‘forced its way’ to a New York listing | South China Morning Post

Google Cloud VP of Developer Relations Leaving Amid Israel Controversy

Andreessen Horowitz leads $125M round for code search startup Sourcegraph - SiliconANGLE

EXCLUSIVE Twitter sees jump in govt demands to remove content of reporters, news outlets | Reuters

Best DevOps Interview Questions (2021)

Exclusive extract: how Facebook’s engineers spied on women

A Rust and WebAssembly Tutorial | Linode

Weather Strip - Forecasts at a glance

GitHub - iximiuz/pq: Parse and Query log files as time series

Say hi to Microsoft’s own Linux: CBL-Mariner | ZDNet

Disable the Windows print spooler to prevent hacks, Microsoft tells customers | Ars Technica

The big restart – what happens when we finally go back to the office? | VentureBeat

Google Cloud VP of Developer Relations Leaving Amid Israel Controversy

7 GitHub projects to make you a better Go Developer💥 - DEV Community

Kubernetes for Dummies - DEV Community

CVE-2021-22555: Turning \x00\x00 into 10000$ | security-research

New data science platform speeds up Python queries | Brown University

Valve Steam Deck is a $399 handheld gaming PC (coming in December, pre-orders open July 16) - Liliputing

Are “Buy Now, Pay Later” Retail Loans a Rip-off? – The Markup

1Password’s new API pipes data into third-party tools such as Splunk | VentureBeat


Qumu Welcomes Leading Cloud Computing Executive Andi Mann as Chief Technology Officer | Business | valdostadailytimes.com

Indian call center seized over Amazon hacking scam against US citizens

Etherpad 1.8.13 - Code Execution Vulnerabilities


iOS zero-day let SolarWinds hackers compromise fully updated iPhones | Ars Technica

‘Inflammation Clock’ Can Reveal Body’s Biological Age - Scientific American

The coming of Wi-Fi 6 does not mean it’s time to ditch your cabled LAN. Here’s why • The Register

Microsoft fails to provide Windows 10 VM images for developers | Ars Technica

Brooks’s law - Wikipedia

The lurking threat to solar power’s growth | MIT Technology Review

[SANDBOX PROJECT ONBOARDING] ORAS (OCI Registry as Storage) · Issue #692 · cncf/toc · GitHub

Microsoft discovers SolarWinds zero-day exploited in the wild - The Record by Recorded Future

Former employees claim Kaseya knew of critical flaws but ignored them - SiliconANGLE

My Desk Setup (With Links)

New Arm Hardware Support In Linux 5.14 From Raspberry Pi 400 To Qualcomm Auto Bits - Phoronix

Making A Strong Case For Accessibility — Smashing Magazine

Using IceWM and a Raspberry Pi as my main PC, sharing my theme, config and some tips and tricks. - Raymii.org

What Is WebAssembly — and Why Are You Hearing So Much About It? – The New Stack

Three arrested near Coors Field for suspected gun crimes

Against SQL

MinIO Hybrid Cloud Object Storage Available on Red Hat Marketplace

(4) meg on Twitter: “i wish more cybersecurity professionals would realize they’re not just protecting data and assets - you’re protecting people’s jobs, livelihoods, and families. if your organization goes under because of an incident - who will remain employed when the company ceases to exist?” / Twitter