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Luke Short - Senior Kubernetes Solutions Architect, developer, open source advocate, Linux gamer, Chromebook enthusiast, Star Wars fan, vegan, and proud citizen of Colorado.


  1. Tips to Help You Pass Any Kubernetes Exam

    Trying to get your CKA, CKAD, and/or CKS certification for fun, profit, and/or glory? Here are the top tips for success based on my own experiences! …


  2. CloudReady is Becoming Chrome OS

    The two big Chromium OS players are combining into one streamlined product. …


  3. Book Musings - Star Wars: The High Republic

    Happy Revenge of the Fifth! Hope you had a good May the Fourth as well. :-) To kick off my new “Book Musings” blog series where I talk about technical books I’ve read, I figured it’d be fun to start with a Star Wars book. Believe it or not, there is a chapter that I found relatable to my line of work in the technology field: …


  4. Free Ways to Use and Learn Kubernetes

    You don’t even have to spend a dime! …


  5. How You Can Become a Kubernetes Expert

    Here’s how. …


  6. Why Chromebooks are Great for Tech Enthusiasts

    There is a common misconception that a Chromebook is useless without an Internet connection. Or that it cannot be used for productivity. Or that it cannot run any programs besides Goolge Chrome. These statements are simply not true. …


  7. EXCLUSIVE: Chromebooks to Support Vulkan Passthrough

    Passthrough of the Vulkan graphics API library from a QEMU hypervisor to a virtual machine is coming to Linux thanks to work sponsored by Google! This is a big deal for many reasons. …


  8. The State of Kubernetes According to One of Its Creators

    Recently, there was a webinar Q&A session with Joe Beda. He’s one of the authors of “Kubernetes Up & Running”. Here are his thoughts on the past, present, and future of Kubernetes. …


  9. Why I Ditched CentOS for Debian

    Earlier this year, even before CentOS 8 shortened its life to transition to Stream, I moved all of my servers off of CentOS and switched to Debian. Let me explain why. …


  10. 3 FREE Drop-in Replacements for RHEL/CentOS 8

    . Wow. Out of nowhere, CentOS 8 just annouced it’ll be going end-of-life next year. It was supposed to recieve updates until the year 2029. …