Prometheus is an Open-Source monitoring system and time-series database. In this post, I am going to dissect some of the Prometheus internals – especially, how Prometheus handles scraping other components for their metrics data.
I recently finished reading How to Read a Book.
I didn’t read this book with programming in mind. However, while reading it I kept thinking that we could apply the same approach to reading and understanding a programming project.
I have had a dream for a while now: to start brewing my own beer.
It’s not that I drink lots of beer. More that I like good beers, and those tend to be the craft ones. So I wanted to better understand how that was made, by making my own.
Warning: The following essay is purely a work of fiction. Any resemblance with existing products, open-source projects or wales is pure coincidence.
I have recently been experimenting with Kubernetes, starting with a managed cluster.
Quickly enough, I’ve wanted to try setting up my own cluster though.
I just got married!
You know, the thing you do once in your life, where you spend a whole year (sometimes more) preparing a single day. Well, we did it!
Just like in 2015, I’ve kept habit of reading for an hour before I start working every weekday.
This year, I’m only writing about the technical books I’ve read. The fictional ones I read in the evening are a recreation, and I’m not keeping track of what I read this year.
This is my reading notes for The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People