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Hi, I'm Jason H 👋


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 and


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

kubectl apply -f

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

Talks, etc.


  1. Public

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

    Go 145 10

  2. ko-build/ko Public

    Build and deploy Go applications on Kubernetes

    Go 5.3k 300

  3. Go library and CLIs for working with container registries

    Go 2.1k 394

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Contribution activity

December 2022

Created 3 commits in 1 repository
Created 1 repository
Opened 1 pull request in 1 repository
ko-build/ko 1 open
Reviewed 7 pull requests in 5 repositories
ko-build/ko 2 pull requests
google/go-containerregistry 2 pull requests
chainguard-dev/actions 1 pull request
wolfi-dev/os 1 pull request
chainguard-dev/melange 1 pull request

Created an issue in google/go-containerregistry that received 1 comment

ggcr: retry on unexpected EOF

Describe the bug We're seeing quite a lot of unexpected EOF errors coming from GHCR, both when fetching manifests and blobs. This generally means the

1 comment

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