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    Andrey Devyatkin
    @Andrey9kin
    we are trying to keep episodes under 30 minutes
    so we will have an hour - first 30 minutes to prepare and then 30 minutes to record
    We are trying to be a show for practioners by practioners, cut through the marking BS and share the real expirience of what is working and what is not
    Your article looks really good (I assume it is based on implementation expirience with Nomad, right?)
    I also got a little bit of production expirience through my team mate
    based on that we could do a frank conversation of bad and good sites of Nomad
    What do you think?
    Also share some tips for people who are about to try
    Andrey Devyatkin
    @Andrey9kin
    @mattiashem @veggiemonk episode 16 is ready for review devsecopstalks/website#23
    Though I haven’t added any show notes
    not sure what to add
    If you got any - drop them to pull request branch
    Julien Bisconti
    @veggiemonk
    Approved
    Andrey Devyatkin
    @Andrey9kin
    Okay. will push it on Monday
    Didn’t manage to do it on Monday
    Mattias Hemmingsson
    @mattiashem
    Wow great job
    Henrik René Høegh
    @hoeghh
    We did a podcast that will be out this week. The topic was Scaling Agile where we touched Theory of constraint, so i asked that they linked to your podcast where we talked about that subject, and they have.
    Andrey Devyatkin
    @Andrey9kin
    @hoeghh Thanks, appriciated!
    Mattias Hemmingsson
    @mattiashem
    Wow thanks
    More people doing podcast its great !
    Jacob Lärfors
    @jlarfors
    @Andrey9kin sorry for the late follow up! I have been sick for over a week, not corona, but bad enough to put me out of commission. Also i did not get notifications from this channel :)
    my production experience with Nomad is somewhat limited, but enough to provide some nice background on it, and especially think about when Nomad would be a good choice
    My calendar this week is now packed because everything from last week got shifted to this week 😅 would it be ok to schedule a later session?
    my email is jlarfors@verifa.io
    otherwise plans and topic sound great!
    Mattias Hemmingsson
    @mattiashem
    Hi yee I also miss here miss all notification. Shall we do a new run in 2 weeks ore go for one later tomorrow
    Jacob Lärfors
    @jlarfors
    I tried enabling notifications, and stil nothing :) anyway, I am not available tomorrow afternoon, unfortunately. In 2 weeks time would suit me much better!
    Andrey Devyatkin
    @Andrey9kin
    Let’s do two weeks. Notifications work on mobile
    Jacob Lärfors
    @jlarfors
    Thanks for the tip, now I have mobile installed.
    Mattias Hemmingsson
    @mattiashem
    Cool I will send a invite later today
    Andrey Devyatkin
    @Andrey9kin
    they ask for email to watch. feel free to give this one cloudengineeringsummit2020.andrey@fivexl.io
    Julien Bisconti
    @veggiemonk
    Curious to hear what did you think was really good about this presentation :)
    Andrey Devyatkin
    @Andrey9kin
    I liked the idea of cloud being a super computer and developers/writing progrmas to utilise its capabilities. Plus that they are trying to define Cloud Engineering specialist term. We need to have a break from DevOps and this is a good step forward
    Also, I did expect it to be more selfserving in the sense that they would push pulumi but they didn't
    but there were not much new. He went over well known issues - when people trying to force loginc into declarative DSL
    but as for infra defined via code - very unclear
    Andrey Devyatkin
    @Andrey9kin
    he is pushing idea of testing infra
    but I can do the same with Terraform/Open Policy Agent
    I mean yes testing in programing language makes things easier but that does not seems to be a killer feature
    another intersting aspect is how pulumi is making money
    you can use Pulumi for free with the state on s3
    you are paying for SaaS similar to Terraform Cloud
    Though HashiCorp has other products to fuel Terraform delopement and Terraform is not where they make money
    Similar situation with Packer
    At the same time Pulumi is about to charge for SaaS and it could be that they are following Docker path...
    Julien Bisconti
    @veggiemonk
    Wow! Apple owns the 17.0.0.0/8 ip range and their bug bounty is massive: https://samcurry.net/hacking-apple/