Kubecon NA: Hacking the Kubernetes Secure Software Supply-chain with .zip Domains
Talk pending YouTube
PancakesCon 4: Containers, Hardening Against Escapes, and Funk Bass
I spoke at Stackoverflow’s cyber-security and red-team conference, PankcakesCon. In this talk, I discuss Bottlerocket, a Linux based operating system designed for running containers, as a use case for hardening container based environments against attack.
KubeCon EU: The Risks of Single Maintainer Dependencies
I spoke at Kubecon EU 2022 on my experience maintaining
an extremely important software project in the cloud-native ecosystem,
with just a small group of other contributors.
Business of Open Source: Exploring the Risks of Single Maintainer Dependencies with John McBride
During my time in Spain for Kubecon EU ‘22, I also appeared on the “Business of Open Source” podcast to discuss maintaining cobra and what startups considering opening sourcing their technologies can learn.
NeovimConf 2022: Lua, A Primer
Configuring Nvim via Lua is a powerful, native, and fast way to get your Nvim editor environment just how you like it. But what IS Lua?
Well, in this talk, we’ll explore the essentials of this amazing & simple language. You’ll learn how to use it effectively within Nvim, how to create a simple Lua plugin, and how to use it on it’s own via it’s interpreter.
Deserted Island DevOps 2022: Distributed Shared Team Configurations With Oh-My-Zsh
Team knowledge, configurations, and infrastructure access can be challenging in a distributed world. Have you ever asked “what’s that command we use?” or “Where are the secrets to access that environment?” - well this talk is for you!
In this talk, I explore using Oh-My-Zsh, a powerful Zsh configuration framework, in order to share team knowledge, distribute common configurations, and share infrastructure access. I also discuss the real world scenario this use case emerged from, challenges faced in this approach, and how you can leverage Oh-My-Zsh for your distributed devops teams.