Why you shouldn't use Terraform to manage Kubernetes workloads
Terraform's "state" is deceptively hard to manage, introduces security risks, and is redundant with Kubernetes internal state management.
Throw away your prototypes
Design prototypes tend to be the product of one person. Production code needs to be the product of a team.
Read the Code
The code always tells the truth.
Test first, design second
We always figured out how we were going to test things before, or while, we designed them.
DevOps for Application Developers
Unfortunately, Númenor has drowned, so you're probably going to have to learn about something called Kubernetes.
An Interview with Ignition Works
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An office with a door that closes
I don't need to win an argument with anyone, even with myself, about whether the thing that makes me happy and comfortable also makes me more productive.
Why Does Pivotal Tracker Have a Priority Field?
Does the Tracker team even use Tracker itself anymore?
An Interview with Josh Aresty, Tech Lead at Braintree
We talked about pairing, story acceptance, process change, adapting to remote work, and a neat technique I’d never heard of before for weekly planning.
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