Kubernetes, JSX for Ruby, and more with Cameron Dutro
[00:03:38] Cameron fills us in on a project he’s working on called Kuby, and how he got started on it.
[00:10:07] Cameron walks us through setting Kuby up for the first time.
[00:13:33] Chris wonders how Kuby works with databases. Cameron tells us about another really cool project called KubeDB.
[00:15:38] We learn how different things work in Kubernetes, such as SSH, Cron, and running Migrations.
[00:19:21] Cameron talks about Kubernetes having its own Cron job system, and Chris tells us he can’t wait to dig into this project since he knows more about it now!
[00:21:56] Chris wonders if Cameron has any future plans on features and other things that he wants to add.
[00:26:54] If you stopped your database stuff, Chris wonders if KubeDB stores that in a volume somewhere so that if you turned off Kubernetes for a day or five minutes to upgrade, that you still get to keep your databases, and Cameron gives us the run down.
[00:29:18] Learn more about another project from Cameron called Rux, which is like a JSX for Ruby. Andrew also mentions his other project called Scuttle to check out.
[00:32:07] Andrew shares his thoughts on what’s really cool about Rux, and Cameron goes more in depth about the difference between the template.
[00:41:09] Cameron tells us his vision for Rux and why people should use this.
[00:47:14] Find out why Chris said the “import thing” is very interesting that Cameron was talking about.
[00:51:01] Andrew tells us you can all of this stuff with Bridgetown because that’s where he’s been doing it, and he gives them a shout out because there was just a big new release. Also, find out where you can follow Cameron online.