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Saiyam Pathak
Saiyam Pathak
Hello people!! how is life treating you? It’s been a wild ride for me - especially the past 2 weeks! First I went to London to meet my team Civo and then to Valencia, Spain for attending and speaking at Kubecon EU 2022(https://sched.co/ytr7 and https://sched.co/ytuG).
London meetup was great, we planned it in less than 10 days and the turnout was around 60 people. I spoke on Kubernetes 1.24 features.
KubeCon in person is next level stuff, the vibe you get there is just amazing. I met so many people, went to many booths to understand what they are solving in the cloud native space and it was awesome!
With some people I really had good conversation about Kubernetes, culture, startups, sustainability, collaboration, community and contributions. We also had a Civo booth and we took an edge rack with us for people to launch a cluster in Kubecon region that was very well appreciated by the audience.
My upcoming talks

Who got the best KubeCon badge? ;)
Who got the best KubeCon badge? ;)
Kubesimplify updates
I am loving what we are building at Kubesimplify. There is a community, there are so many projects and initiatives that people are working on to learn and apply their knowledge and put them to use.
Today I announce Kubesimplify sponsored articles - If you are an organization, now you can submit a sponsored article that can be published on Kubesimplify.
May has been a good month, here are the top few articles for May
Check out all the articles on kubesimplify.com
Sponsored Content
Videos
News and Announcements
Nice May reads
Learning resources/repositories
Learn from Twitter
ahmetb
Share a kubectl tip below that you think a lot of users don’t know about. 👇🏼
Karl
Gotcha in #Kubernetes v1.24:

ServiceAccounts no longer auto-generate a secret.

So while it still generates an expiring token for pods on-demand, if you were making a ServiceAccount to use locally (to avoid always having cluster admin), your script is probably gonna break.
Saiyam Pathak
What is your favourite Linux command?
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