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Kubernetes VS PaaS

Kubernetes VS PaaS
Can a developer skip PaaS and consume raw Kubernetes?

Kubernetes VS PaaS Can a developer skip PaaS and consume raw Kubernetes? If you asked me 3 years ago, I would probably define the professional part of myself as a “Rails developer”. Back then, most of my new projects started with a proof of concept deployed on a free Heroku account. The reason is simple, that was the fastest way to get my Ruby application live. At the same time it was the cheapest (free...

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First steps in 3D printing

First steps in 3D printing
Introducing my open source 3D objects

First steps in 3D printing About a year ago, as part of SUSE’s HackWeek I started building my own electronic drum kit. So ambitious was I, that I wanted to create every single part of it, the module included. For those of you who don’t know what the drum module is, it’s the thing that converts your actions (hits on the drum triggers) to MIDI events and eventually to sound. I hate to admit that...

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SUSE Cloud Application Platform on MicroK8s
A guide on how to setup SUSE Cloud Application Platform on MicroK8s for development or demo

SUSE Cloud Application Platform (CAP) on Microk8s Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably know what kubernetes is. If you have been living under a rock (which is nothing to be ashamed of), kubernetes is a production-grade container orchestrator or in simple words a way to use containers in production to deploy applications and services. There are a number of ways to try kubernetes locally (check this link). A couple of weeks ago...

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Going live!

Going live!
First post of my new blog

The year is 2019 and I need a place where I can write my own guides, thoughts or whatever I think might be of interest to others. Of course one could do that on Medium, Facebook, Linkedin or other but then you have limited control over your own writings. Creating a blog is really simple and cheap so here we are. This is the very first post, in a blog that no one reads (yet)...

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Short CV
Studies
Applied Mathematics and Physics
Work
SUSE, testributor.com, incrediblue.com, skroutz.gr
Languages/Technologies
Golang, Ruby, Kubernetes, Containers, Linux
Toolset
Linux, MATE+i3, vim
Passions and Interests
Family, Programming, Sea, Music, Motorcycles