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Kubernetes SIG Security co-chair, container escape artist, goose in the mainframe. They/them. Stay punk 🏴

Minneapolis, MN
Joined March 2016
At the end of the day, Twitter really is the friends we made along the way. There are really good people here, and I appreciate every single one of you. Thank you for being you and being here with me 💜
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Anyone using LastPass for persistence? The browser extension loads custom JS that is stored in the vault. Doesn’t seem like there is any validation on the JS that gets loaded, last I looked.
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There are situations I encounter where I think, "I am manifestly more skilled more than this peer." You know how much that's helped? Only insofar I can adapt and tailor my message and training to them. Superiority doesn't get shit done and getting shit done is my actual job.
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Here's a quick blog looking at some of the new features in Kubernetes 1.26 that are relevant to security :) securitylabs.datadoghq.com/a…
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Don't cross the picket line! No Wordle or Spelling Bee or NYT crosswords tomorrow. Let's support workers and do something else with our day
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if anyone else is going through Spelling Bee withdrawal today, the iOS app SpellingQueen is good for tiding you over
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Here's a baby toucan:
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Like the rest of my community I am hanging on by a thread and will be posting cute animals to compensate, thank you for your understanding
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here is a pitbull puppy
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so can you use your hands to drink from the world cup or is that against the rules?
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omg somebody adopt this kitten so I can come over and boop his little snoot petfinder.com/cat/sam-590648…
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Today we're going to release #Kubernetes v1.22.17, v1.23.15, v1.24.9, v1.25.5 and last but not least, v1.26.0! 🥳 Join our release-management slack channel if you want to follow the live progress: kubernetes.slack.com/channel…
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solidarity
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the real revolution is being fought in the zoom calls and rooms where your local city council is talking about zoning laws and if they should let some developer tear down a building from the eighties, you can stop them, by being really annoying, become the urbanist vanguard.
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I got my oversleeping teenager this alarm clock on wheels that flies off the nightstand and runs in circles around the room screeching, and it is the most annoying object I think I've ever seen. I'm honestly impressed clocky.com
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hell yeah
Hacking is illegal and for nerds
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Going forward, PLEASE stop saying "Nobody saw this coming!" People saw it coming, they told you about it, and you ignored them.
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