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Android O, Austin Tech Conferences, Outlook Email Compatibility

Android O preview released Google released their preview of Android O, the next version of the world's best operating system. Austin Container Conferences I probably won't go to OSCON (don't have the money), but I will definitely attend KubeCon in December. Outlook: Coding with HTML and CSS Code like it's 1999. Outlook doesn't always support […]

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Laravel on Google Container Engine / Kubernetes

The past few weeks I've created many Kubernetes clusters. I'm hoping to put a Laravel app I built on Google Container Engine (powered by Kubernetes). Once I put Laravel on it, it will be pretty sweet. Will be able to scale to anything! I'll keep everyone posted.

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Google Cloud Spanner

A few weeks ago, Google introduced the world to Cloud Spanner, their auto-replicating, multi-region database service that can scale to trillions of records. If that's not power, I don't know what is. Spanner can scale to tens-of-thousands of nodes. Each node is capable of servicing 10,000 users. I played around with Spanner the other day. […]

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The Daily Recap

I'm starting a new, daily series: The Daily Recap. I'll post some of the most interesting stories I read. Here's the first edition: CIA / Wikileaks Encryption works. The Guardian. Google NEXT Google's enterprise cloud conference, NEXT, kicks off tomorrow. Google Cloud Platform will post the videos of the talks soon after they're delivered. I […]

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Kubernetes, Fahrenheit Marketing and Reading

In no particular order, here are some highlights from the last couple of weeks: Kubernetes & Docker I've been trying to set up a Kubernetes cluster. I actually finally asked my first Stack Overflow question, which gave me the info need to successfully set up a Google Container Engine / Kubernetes cluster. I want to […]