Month: August 2018

Tales from the road: the one with the taco and the shoe-shine.

So I used to frequent Mexico city. On one of my trips there I was going to see someone muy importante. Our local guy was a very good host, would drive me everywhere, make sure I had a good time,

Should I use my CI pipeline to do continuous delivery? A controversy!

I’m using Gitlab, and one of the things they promote is Auto-Devops. In a nutshell, you use the Gitlab-CI as your means from start to finish, starting w/ an idea, through code, unit-test, address-space-tests, dynamic-tests, thread-tests, license-checks, lint, code-format, static

Tales from the road: of Russia, Google, Trump, search results, and opening a new front

Many years ago Hitler decided to open a 2nd front in World War 2, against Russia. This turned out to be a bad idea for him, but ultimately a good thing for the rest of us. Today we saw a

Insecure web sites. #tlswallofshame

You’ve no doubt noticed that chrome now marks any non https-site as insecure. Its no longer that ‘https is secure the rest is unspoken’. Its actively insecure. Some sites have no support for https (shame). Some have support, but you

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Endoscope: snoop around inside your Kubernetes pods

Today I ‘released’ endoscope. This is a tool that solves a couple of ‘simple’ problems: I have a running container in Kubernetes. I wish I could have a shell inside it that is root, but also with a bunch of