A happy 2020

A brief status update

Dominik

1 minute read

A happy new year to all of you! In the recent days I migrated a good deal of blog posts from the old Wordpress installation over. Thankfully there is already a solution available on github which is not without flaw but handles the bulk of the work. Judging by access numbers the favorites in no particular order are:

A fresh appearance for the new decade ... and a review of 2019

Moving my blog to Hugo and looking back at 2019

Dominik

7 minute read

The Christmas holidays provided me a bit of time for some good old tinkering: a Python script here, a blog post there and now some Hugo. The project got a bit out of hand as I stumbled into a full CI/CD pipeline with GitLab Actions – but that is probably worth another post. I hope you like the looks – even though the appearance may change a bit over time as I adjust the theme to my needs. The old content wll be migrated as soon as possible and until then the old wordpress installation can be…

kubectl-lsdeploy: A simple kubectl plugin to show deployments along with their pods

kubectl-lsdeploy: A simple kubectl plugin to show deployments along with their pods

Dominik

2 minute read

I started looking a bit into Kubernetes and for no other reason than curiosity I wanted to visualize some dependencies to get a better understanding on how things work, e.g. where my container (pods) actually spawn when I apply one of these nice YAML files with a deployment. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to find a get command within kubectl that showed my all the information in a single call, except if you heavily use labels and selectors. I wanted something simple and found the ability to create…