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imjasonh/README.md

Hi, I'm Jason H 👋

(he/him)

I work at ChainguardChainguard, securing software supply chains by default

Before that I was at Red HatRed Hat, and before that Google CloudGoogle Cloud, where I cofounded Google Cloud BuildGoogle Cloud Build and TektonTekton.

You can also find me on TwitterTwitter.

I contribute to ko and go-containerregistry, and a number of other things.

I build fun toys like https://kontain.me and https://gcping.com.

Resume

My resume is a CRD you can install on your Kubernetes cluster:

kubectl apply -f https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ImJasonH/ImJasonH/main/resume-crd.yaml

(You wouldn't install something off the internet without reading it first, would you?!)

Talks, etc.

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  1. kontain.me Public

    Container image registry that serves images built fresh when you ask for them

    Go 141 10

  2. google/ko Public

    Build and deploy Go applications on Kubernetes

    Go 4.8k 264

  3. Go library and CLIs for working with container registries

    Go 1.9k 355

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Contribution activity

August 2022

Reviewed 10 pull requests in 7 repositories

Created an issue in fossas/fossa-cli that received 6 comments

fossa-cli should not consider contents of go.sum

In the Go modules ecosystem, a go.mod file lists current direct and indirect dependencies of the module. A go.sum file includes information about m…

6 comments

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