Hanselminutes: Raspberry Pi clusters and Serverless

I spoke with Scott Hanselman on his Hanselminutes podcast just before the holidays about Raspberry Pi Clusters, .NET Core, Kubernetes and OpenFaaS.

Podcast: Hanselminutes: Serverless and OpenFaaS with Alex Ellis

Tune into the podcast above to hear about how I became a Docker Captain and what that looks like, how I started out with clusters and about my most successful project to date - OpenFaaS.

We also talk about some of my favourite Open Source projects like Minio and .NET Core, Colorisebot and the OpenFaaS community.

Get involved with OpenFaaS

I created OpenFaaS as an open-source project under the MIT license. It's completely free to use and has a thriving community. We want it to be the simplest and easiest way to create Serverless Functions - anywhere.

Here's three practical ways you can get involved today:

  1. Become a project backer on Patreon by donating

  2. Or star the project repo(s) on GitHub - help us hit 15k stars in 2018!

  3. And join our Slack community by emailing alex@openfaas.com

Pictured: OpenFaaS contributor Ken Fukuyama from Japan

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