How to run Discord bot on Cloud Run

One of my hobbies is playing Pokemon Go – yeah, I’m not a kid, but I grow up on Pokemons, so this game is my guilty pleasure. Of course, it’s a cooperation game, so some type of communicators is very nice to ensure, that the local community can communicate with each other. Most Pokemon Go communities use Discord as the main way of communication. So we do – out local groups from the city I live in. As you can guess, I’m that “tech guy”, who makes necessary changes in Discord configuration and so on. Moreover, I decided to create Continue reading

Why I decided to migrate my blog from VPS to hosting?

When I decided to create my blog, I was thinking about using hosting or buying my own VPS. Actually, you know, I’m an IT guy, right?! I can do magic with servers and so on! That was my thinking. So for a few years, I have been using VPS as the main source of my blog hosting. It’s a freedom with much flexibility – I’m sure that many people try to justify their decision like this one. It was worked, of course, for some time! Additionally, I was using this VPS as my minefield, and I had a Discord Bot Continue reading

Kubernetes cluster in GKE – first steps

I use MacBook Pro on a daily basis, so I have no problem with Kubernetes cluster. I can just enable it in Docker for Mac configuration and then I can do almost whatever I want. If you use Linux or Windows, you can choose for example Minikube for testing purposes. But sometimes it’s not enough. There are some cases when you need something more – maybe you want to check how your application will behave in a more complex environment or just your workstation is not strong enough to run particular deployments. In such cases, Kubernetes cluster in GKE can Continue reading