A year is a long time in Open Source Software (OSS) projects. I like to think that OSS projects are measured in dog years as 1 year seems like
I started my newsletter Five for Friday at the request of a couple readers in order to keep people updated on interesting and hot topics relating to Docker and general interesting tech news. I setup my newsletter with Gmail in combination with MailChimp. This combination worked great for sometime.
I sent my first few newsletters and was blown away by
I'm still quite a bit bummed about not being able to attend DockerCon this year. However, the news coming from DockerCon makes up for it in so many ways.
As a member of the Docker Captains programmed I was fortunate enough to preview 1.12 and am quite amazed of all the new features baked in.
What's new in Docker
Yesterday, I was called out by a colleague after he discovered I was backing up my Docker environments to Amazon S3 with some bash scripts and a crontab entry. This is a working solution but he asked ever so politely why I was not running this in a Docker container? As I buried my head in shame I decided to
Playing American Football growing up I had a coach which was a bit looney. Actually, all of my coaches were a bit crazy but this one was king of the crazies.
Before the start of every practice he would yell at the top of his lungs "It's a Great Day to Be Alive in Phoenix, Arizona". He did this regardless
If you've used Docker for any length of time you most likely have left a trail of unused (dangling) Docker images and containers in your dust. Abandoned images and containers are not necessarily a bad thing but starts becoming more of a housekeeping/administrative tasks to purge items which are not in use.
Before we get started I have to