Here we go…
Here we go…
If you happen to be in Berlin: I am in the city from tonight until Thursday afternoon.
I will be in Mitte, because Openshift Commons and Kubecon are happening in the BCC. I will probably be quite busy, though.
I will be speaking at the Netways Open Source Data Center Conference, which is in Berlin between May 16 and 18.
At work, we are currently busy loading our first two Kubernetes Clusters (Openshift actually) with workloads.
What exactly will be in the slides I do not know, yet, but it will be about our journey at Booking, the transition from automated baremetal provisioning of rather monolithic applications to a more containerized setup and the changes and challenges this brings. It will be very much a snapshot of the state of things at that point in time, and our learnings and perspective then.
The European Radio Equipment Directive requires all devices that are able to send and receive radio signals to be locked down. Without further specification of exceptions, which has not yet been done, this will affect all devices, including pure receivers such as GPS receivers and car radios, but also mobile phones and amateur radio operators and of course almost all Internet of Trash (IoT) devices.
Hardware manufacturers are required to “install technical measurements to protect the devices from being flashed with ‘non-compliant software'”.
The talk by Max Mehl is available on the FOSDEM site.
USAgile Testing days in Boston are canceled:
Sadly, we have to inform you that we decided to cancel the conference due to the current political situation in the USA. Our hearts are bleeding, but we believe it is the right thing to do. The Agile Testing Days (ATDs) stand for diversity, openness, respect and support the observance of human rights. We despise any sort of hostility or harassment.
The behavior of the current US Government Authority is unacceptable for us and against our values and views. As international organizers we also aim at a diverse and international conference crowd – audience and speakers alike. Many people of the community are expressing their concerns, and even speakers are withdrawing from their attendance now.
All of them feel unconfident about the next months and are unsure of potential problems when entering the country, including us as organizers.
I am waiting for their announcement of an alternate Venue in Cancun.
TIL some places are actually using this newfangled untested IPv6 stuff already.