As I mentioned last month, I enjoyed working with Visual Studio Code when I used it to create my devopsdays notes. I even started using it for my day-to-day work four weeks ago. And I still like it!
About a week has past since devopsdays Amsterdam. Time to write down some of my thoughts.
The second, and last, day of talks of devopsdays in Amsterdam this year.
After the workshops from yesterday, this was the first day filled with talks.
Just like the previous couple of years, devopsdays Amsterdam started off with a day of workshops. This year I attended workshops about Go, monitoring microservices and Kubernetes.
Currently I have about 30 tabs open in the browser on my phone. Quite a bunch of them I have open because I want to read the article in the future, already have read the article and want to reread or act on it, or a combination of the above. In this article I list the open tabs (and some notes) so I can close them on my phone, but still have a reference to them.
These are my notes of my second day at DockerCon.
These are my notes of my first day at DockerCon.
For a project I am working on, there is this virtual machine we can use to do our development work in. This machine has grown organically and I want to replace it with something I can reproduce. I wanted to experiment with Packer but had problems with generating a machine with two network adapters where the second one is connected to a host-only network.
In one of my Ansible playbooks I needed to only execute a couple of tasks if they were running on an EC2 instance.