James Turnbull

Kartar.Net

If I had my hand full of truth, I would take good care how I opened it

A bit of a Vector

I’m always looking at new monitoring and logging tools. I’ve written some books on logging and some that feature logging as part of broader monitoring frameworks. Recently I’ve been playing around with Vector. Vector describes itself as an observability tool, specifically a “data router”, but has a heavy focus on logs as data sources, although it also supports metrics and has indicated tracing data is a future ambition. The Vector team see it as a replacement for Logstash, Telegraf, Fluent et al but warn that it is not a distributed stream processing tool (or a replacement for Kafka!

Tilt

I’ve been playing with a lot of development work flow tools over the last few weeks. I was an early adopter of Docker and have always been passionate about reducing friction in the development process, especially locally. Quick performance wins for individual developers add up to substantial productivity improvements across a whole team. I’ve been interested in how these tools are evolving, as we expand beyond the basic tools Docker provided with containers.

Draft

I’ve been playing with a lot of development work flow tools over the last few weeks. I was an early adopter of Docker and have always been passionate about reducing friction in the development process, especially locally. Quick performance wins for individual developers add up to substantial productivity improvements across a whole team. I’ve been interested in how these tools are evolving, as we expand beyond the basic tools Docker provided with containers.

Skaffold

I’ve been playing with a lot of development work flow tools over the last few weeks. I was an early adopter of Docker and have always been passionate about reducing friction in the development process, especially locally. Quick performance wins for individual developers add up to substantial productivity improvements across a whole team. I’ve been interested in how these tools are evolving, as we expand beyond the basic tools Docker provided with containers.

Garden

I’ve been playing with a lot of development work flow tools over the last few weeks. I was an early adopter of Docker and have always been passionate about reducing friction in the development process, especially locally. Quick performance wins for individual developers add up to substantial productivity improvements across a whole team. I’ve been interested in how these tools are evolving, as we expand beyond the basic tools Docker provided with containers.