Introducing our best-practice GKE Terraform module

Aug 8 2019 - Jetstack works with many customers using Google Cloud’s Kubernetes Engine. We work closely with teams to configure their clusters to conform with best practises. Read on External Site

Running a cheap GKE cluster: Revisted

Mar 2 2019 - Last year I wrote a post about how I run my personal cluster in a cost-effective way on GKE. I’ve since been able to automate the main manual step and thought I’d post a short update. Read

Tracking all the plays or how I learned to stop worrying and build my own

Nov 20 2018 - For my latest side project I built a tool to better track the music I listen to. I now have a single BigQuery table with my play history from Spotify, Youtube, Soundcloud and Shazam. Read

Introducing Jetstack's Kubernetes for Application Developers Course

Oct 9 2018 - Jetstack’s current course offering is largely aimed at those in an operational role - deploying and managing clusters. With this new course, we’re introducing a new ‘track’ for a developer audience. Read on External Site

Running a wiki with Gollum on Kubernetes

Sep 1 2018 - I’ve long been searching for a good, self-hosted, personal wiki. I went as far to build my own with client-side encryption running on Heroku as a Rails app. Read

Running a cheap GKE cluster with public ingress & zero load balancers

Aug 15 2018 - Update: I’ve posted about a small refinement here. Joining Jetstack earlier this year finally convinced me that I needed a side-project cluster. All the cool kids had one and I wanted one too. Read

Bringing Photoshop image-stacking to mobile with FFmpeg, Hugin, ImageMagick &

Apr 22 2018 - Update You can try the project here. Code available here. Intro At the end of last year I started paying for a Creative Cloud subscription so that I could use the Adaptive Wide-Angle Filter to correct distorted images taken with my Moment Superfish Lens and play with image stacking to take more interesting night-time shots. Read

I made an interactive portfolio site with Hugo

Apr 7 2018 - My last post explained about how I create backups of my Instagram posts. I had a few people ask about why this was useful. Other than the Instagram doomsday-scenario, in it’s current form (a git repo with some images and JSON metadata) it wasn’t. Read

Backing up Instagram

Mar 4 2018 - I enjoy using Instagram to share my photos. The restricted feature-set; public-by-default; similarities to Twitter & (original) square format constraint all appeal. Last year I completed a #365photochallenge on Instagram. Read

Welcome to Android

Nov 3 2017 - For a series of reasons I recently bought a Google Pixel 2. I’ve been wanting a change of scene and to go back to Android for some time - so far it’s going well. Read