For the past seven years, I have been working for ZipRecruiter, helping them build their software platform. My time there has now come to an end. I have had a most excellent time at ZipRecruiter, and I want to take some time to reflect on my experience there and share some gratitude. The start of my employment at ZipRecruiter takes me back to 2015 (the picture here is of me from my first week).
Posts with the tag perl:
I recently decided it was time to finally get around to upgrading my old 1.16 Kubernetes cluster to something modern. I mean, I’d been applying incremental upgrades via kops for years, but it was now getting to the point where moving forward would be difficult without updating the practices used to manage and run the cluster. So my cluster consists of a few minor bits of work I do on the side: