Host, or Guest? It doesn't matter. I got to spend an hour talking with two of my favorite people, Rick Osowski @rosowski, and Chris Richardson @crichardson, about the evolution of microservices, recommended practices, and pitfalls.
Giuseppe Scaramuzzino @GiuseScara comes by to discuss his youtube channel, tutorials and building Quarkus projects using MicroProfile specifications.
I created another weird side project, this one only sort of related to monsters. I do (still) use FightClub5 as a player, and to manage what my players have to deal with / look at for our campaigns. Obsidian has started to take over as campaign manager, because encounters are created/set up/and tracked in Roll20.
I have been working with https://github.com/kinkofer/FightClub5eXML/ to stitch together the sources I want for FightClub5 (the source for these XML files in turn is https://5e.tools/, which is pretty good, too).
One thing lead to another, and time passed, and I worked on the Quarkus CLI, and then I had the idea to write my own client that could do all of the steps required (validate the xml, merge/combine/filter with XSLT) and additionally convert the output into markdown.
Being a co-host is hard work, especially while in (yet another) remote location.
A video in which live coding happens, and I don't mess up too badly.
I thoroughly enjoy talking with Adam. We sat down awhile ago to talk about metrics: who needs them, what they are for.. and some other things.
Dimitrios Andreadis and I host Sebastien Blanc and Pedro Igor to talk about Keycloak's journey to Quarkus.
A group discussion on how to write Quarkus Extensions with guest Peter Palaga.
A reframing of the metrics talk, with a much more detailed look at how emitted metrics are aggregated by PromQL / Grafana dashboards.
I quite like this one, to be honest.