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Kubernetes: The Surprisingly Affordable Platform for Personal Projects
At the beginning of the year I spent several months deep diving on Kubernetes for a project at work. As an all-inclusive, batteries-included technology for infrastructure management, Kubernetes solves many of the problems you're bound to run into at scale. However popular wisdom would suggest that Kubernetes is an overly complex piece of technology only really suitable for very large clusters of machines; that it carries a large operational burden and that therefore using it for anything less than dozens of machines is overkill.

I think that's probably wrong. Kubernetes makes sense for small projects and you can have your own Kubernetes cluster today for as little as $5 a month.


(via Tony Finch)
via:fanf  deployment  howto  kubernetes  ops  projects  hacks  clustering 
15 days ago by jm
Stu Hood and Brian Degenhardt, Scala at Twitter, SF Scala @Twitter 20150217
'Stu Hood and Brian Degenhardt talk about the history of Scala at Twitter, from inception until today, covering 2.10 migration, the original Alex Payne’s presentation from way back, pants, and more. The first five years of Scala at Twitter and the years ahead!'

Very positive indeed on the monorepo concept.
monorepo  talks  scala  sfscala  stu-hood  twitter  pants  history  repos  build  projects  compilation  gradle  maven  sbt 
march 2015 by jm
Pickstarter
'A curated blog of notable Kickstarter projects' (via potentato)
via:potentato  blogs  kickstarter  funding  links  projects 
may 2012 by jm
Launchpad is now open source
Canonical _finally_ open source (under the AGPL) their bug tracker/project hosting platform. yay! here's hoping it's reasonably easy to deploy. maybe it would be viable for the ASF... hmm
canonical  launchpad  open-source  apache  hosting  projects  ubuntu  agpl 
july 2009 by jm

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