1, 7, 30, 365 Days: A Framework

I’ve talked to various folks developing this idea, but I haven’t written it down until now. A Framework for Product Engagement In the developer experience arena, I hear lots of people talking about “day 1” and “day 2 operations”. Day 1 is meant to mean the initial green-field development experience before the application goes into…

It’s back!

This blog is a bit of an experiment in running WordPress on Knative on Kubernetes in my own home. As some people may have noticed, the blog has been more down than up recently, despite the theoretically sounds underpinnings. If you’re curious, here’s a brief explanation as a way of easing myself back into the…

Building New Habits

So a lot of this early content is probably going to be me throwing things against a wall and figuring out what’s easy to write, what’s important but harder to write, and how to get that writing out. I don’t know if writing is like a muscle that will grow stronger with use, but not practicing doesn’t seem like a strategy to make writing easier.

Looking for a log viewer

I’m currently using a log saving configuration similar to this one (fluent-bit DaemonSets forwarding to a 1-replica StatefulSet collecting the logs to disk), with ngnix for viewing the logs, and logrotate for preventing the logs from completely filling the 40GB persistent volume that I have set up. This mostly works great, except that viewing the…