In this episode:

  • Martin has been working on Quickemu, his project to quickly create and run optimised Linux, Windows and macOS virtual machines.
  • Alan has a new job at Anchore, and tells us about their open-source vulnerability, SBOM, license scanners, Grype, Syft, and Grant
  • Mark explains how he is using ntfy to send push notifications to his phone when servers do interesting things.



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