Release StrategySaturday Nov 27, 2021
A while back I was trying to figure out how to automate releasing and versioning for one of my sideprojects. It is an api designed for use in jamstack and is written in golang. Here I’ll describe where I’ve ended up now.
My git cheatsheetFriday Nov 26, 2021
These are the commands I generally use the most or ones that are very useful but don’t use frequent enough to remember.
Lessons from natural languages for naming variables and methodsSunday Aug 29, 2021
Naming is a difficult thing to nail down as a developer. Most variables have to be clear both in technical as functional context. However as with most language the vocabulary may shift over time as the product/app develops. Old usages my be replaced, but forgotten to be refactored.
There are a few things I took from learning natural languages that gave me more tools to get to better names.
K8s fix flannel after upgrading cni pluginsSaturday Aug 28, 2021
A couple days ago my kubernetes cluster broke after a system upgrade. Resulting in the cluster generating the errors below.
10x Engineer: Pivoting out of bespoke solutionsSunday Jun 6, 2021
Securing k8s a littleSaturday May 8, 2021
After upgrading my cluster to 1.20.5 I had to move to the secure port and start to use authentication because of it. While I found a way to open everything up where it was easier to use (as a homelab) it is very insecure.
This post is to take a tiny step to securing the apiserver.
K8s Upgrade Master 1.20Monday May 3, 2021
So it turned out upgrading my master from Fedora 33 to Fedora 34 (and thus from kubernetes 1.18 to 1.20) broke my master. Lets have a look at how to get it running again!
How I host my static websiteThursday Apr 29, 2021
I recently changed how I hosted my blog as my last solution turned out not very stable. As my site isn’t exactly a moneymaker it had to be a low cost solution with some security standards. I’m still a responsible developer after all or so I like to think.
My mental model for gitlab-ciWednesday Mar 31, 2021
Mental models always help me remember how different things work. While they’re just approximations of a (black box) system, they generally describe some internal workings on an abstract level to explain observed behaviour.