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The Changelog The Changelog #419

Inside 2020's infrastructure for Changelog.com

We’re talking with Gerhard Lazu, our resident SRE, ops, and infrastructure expert about the evolution of Changelog’s infrastructure, what’s new in 2020, and what we’re planning for in 2021. The most notable change? We’re now running on Linode Kubernetes Engine (LKE)! We even test the resilience of this new infrastructure by purposefully taking the site down. That’s near the end, so don’t miss it!

Gerhard Lazu changelog.com/posts

The new changelog.com setup for 2020

In this post I share the latest 2020 and beyond details for changelog.com’s infrastructure.

Why Kubernetes? How is Kubernetes simpler than what we had before? What was our journey to running production on Kubernetes? What worked well? What could have been better? What comes next for changelog.com? Read this post and listen to episode #419 to learn all the details.

Backstage Backstage #13

Changelog++ launch thoughts

Adam and Jerod take a moment to review the soft launch of Changelog++ and feedback received from members and the community. We talk through some of the feedback we’ve received, how some folks still want the ads, updated thoughts on extended and bonus content, hiccups and lessons learned, the “Working in Public” winners, and where we go from here.

The Changelog The Changelog #376

State of the “log” 2019

Welcome to 2020 — on this year’s “State of the ‘log’” episode Jerod and I look back at our favorite moments from 2019 and forward to 2020 and beyond. We talk through our most popular episodes, our personal favorites, our 10-year anniversary, the excitement we have for Brain Science our newest podcast, it’s for the curious! And we also look forward to plans we have for 2020 and the decade to come…

Adam Stacoviak changelog.com/posts

Introducing Brain Science (our newest podcast)

I’m excited to announce our newest podcast — Brain Science!

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Brain Science is a podcast for the curious. Are you curious?! We’re exploring the inner-workings of the human brain to understand behavior change, habit formation, mental health, and being human. It’s Brain Science applied — not just how does the brain work, but how do we apply what we know about the brain to transform our lives.

Adam Stacoviak changelog.com/posts

👋 Welcome Tim Smith!

I’m excited to welcome Tim Smith as our newest team member and Senior Producer.

Tim joins the team to help us take our podcasts and films to the next level. I’ve known Tim for many years (since 2012) and I’m truly excited to have him on our team to help us continue to grow and produce some really awesome content.

Please take a moment to hop in Slack and say hi to Tim or send a tweet his direction.

👋 Welcome Tim Smith!

Jerod Santo brave.com

You can now support our work with the Brave browser ✊

In retrospect, becoming a Brave Publisher was a no-brainer. We’re big fans/supporters of:

  • Independent publishers
  • New sustainability models
  • Brandon Eich (listen to this RFC if you haven’t yet)
  • Real-world cryptocurrency use cases

So, if you appreciate the news and podcasts we’ve been producing for the past decade, please consider browsing our site with Brave and throwing a few BAT into the proverbial tip jar. 💚

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Fulltime

The Changelog’s roots go back to November 2009. It was a happy accident turned obsession. We started out with a few episodes of the podcast, and then we started the blog. It was a Tumblr blog back then. GitHub was young then too (just 2.5 years old). Our aim was to shine a spotlight on the fresh and new of open source, and that’s where things began for us. It was about more than code and tech, it was about the people behind it all, and how it all ticked.

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