• Fireside Chat with Mark Chmarny - Google

    (29 Sep 2019)
    Another Fireside chat=in the books with Mark Chmarnyc- Knative Community Leader and Technical Program Manager @ Google. We managed to shoot this one in Google's beautify office in Chelsea New York City. We chatted about many things such as how the Knative Community was assembled and how Google is using the Knative technology to bring the CloudRun service to Google Cloud Customers.
  • Fireside Chat with Brian Gracely from RedHat Summit19

    (31 May 2019)
    It's been a busy couple months with lots of travel for me, visiting partners, customers and checking out all the key conferences in the US. One of of the many advantages is I get to meet up with great people I don't get to see that often.
  • Knative = A Serverless Developer Experience based on Kubernetes

    (20 Feb 2019)
    Better late than never, I had started this blog back in late October after Github Universe in San Francisco. I stopped by the Google office in Seattle on my way home and was able to meet with some of the Knative team and chat about all this Serverless hype. I had been interested in what the Knative community was building and how the project would impact kubernetes. Knative is being developed by the likes of Google, Pivotal, SAP, Red Hat, IBM, and many others.
  • Shift of Power

    (19 Dec 2018)

    Our utilitarian computing landscape has changed from a few short years ago. It continues to change, but let’s focus on the recent few years to have a simpler scope of retrospection.

  • Fireside Chat with Kelsey Hightower

    (16 Aug 2018)
    On June.28th in Toronto Arctiq had the pleasure of hosting a fireside chat with Kelsey Hightower from Google at our Clouds Containers and Kelsey Event. If you haven't heard of Kelsey he's a huge kubernetes advocate and opensource evangelist. More than anything he is known for sharing his time, knowledge, code and has a strong commitment to the opensource tech community. Not to mention an all around approachable and nice guy. You can check out his Github page - https://github.com/kelseyhightower. Do yourself a favor and search for some of him keynotes and live technical demo's from various community conferences.