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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.

Notes

Implications of the Alleged State Department Breach

Essential Date Functions for Google Sheets - Digital Inspiration

Auto-updating podman containers with systemd - Fedora Magazine

Turing Pi V2 is here - Turing Pi

Securing malloc in glibc: Why malloc hooks had to go | Red Hat Developer

Developer Experience Office Hours: Kubernetes Admission Webhooks - YouTube

Memory-safe programming in the Linux Kernel (No not Rust) — eBPF. | CoScreen Engineering Blog

ApplicationSet Controller v0.2.0 for Argo CD out now | by Jonathan West | Aug, 2021 | Argo Project

NES and SNES designer retires from Nintendo after nearly 40 years | Engadget

Linux Pipe Code Again Sees Patch To Restore Buggy/Improper User-Space Behavior - Phoronix

Linux turns 30, and today it’s everywhere - Liliputing

New CISA director wants to spend less time cleaning up after big hacks, more time preparing for them - CyberScoop

Committing to Cloud Native Episode 22: Thoughts on Bash Becoming Interplanetary and More with Brian J. Fox

How Data Brokers Sell Access to the Backbone of the Internet

Homegrown app helping Kabul residents steer clear of danger | Ars Technica

An Opinionated Guide to xargs

You Do the Math: Reliability Issues Triggered by Math Errors | Rootly

EC2 Checklist: 7 things to do after launching an instance | cloudonaut

Enable seccomp for all workloads with a new v1.22 alpha feature : devopsish

Why You Need to Protect Your Sense of Wonder — Especially Now


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