At work we run Docker in prod + locally for dev.
We even have a few tools packaged as containers to run in CI pipelines and so on.
Setting up a customer instance is a single `docker run` command that fetches the correct config files to run the other containers after.
If I have to run software build with many different technologies containers seem the way to go.
I am not saying this is a good idea for everything. But I am pretty sure there are many devs out there that would be more sane with this setup vs k11s or a AWS lambda stack. Managing a single VM is really not that hard and can bring you a long way.
It might be simplistic, but it feels better working on this than any combination of Kubernetes, Terraform, Ansible, and CI pipelines I have come across.
This is what we have to face daily as developers 🙈 I often get very close to giving up 😅 How should we have any hope that we can build software anyone is supposed to trust?
Remember the upstream #golang bug from 2 wooks ago that we said could take down the entire #Ethereum network? The same bug that could remotely crash SSH servers or code using RSA or x509 certs? A zero day in Go since forever?
Myeah... lemme present you the fix! 🤯🤪🤓🙃
Same in our dev workflow. The value of a repl and CI/CD are underestimated even by us that value them already :)
I still underestimate the compounding power of the rapid execution and iterated learning feedback loop.
A commitment to this, over the course of a career, is the closest thing you can get to guaranteed success.
Great this new Microsoft isn't it...
Esoteric metrics based on analyzing extensive data about employee activities has been mostly the domain of fringe software vendors. Now it's built into MS 365.
A new feature to calculate 'productivity scores' turns Microsoft 365 into an full-fledged workplace surveillance tool:
We waited a bit too long. CI is always a joy to work on 🙈 Luckily we already have our own registry and "only" need to move things over.
Imagine the pain others might be in right now 🙏
I am sure Docker biz generates some good cash right now 🙃
Docker rate limiting is fun! Seems like they now got serious enforcing it. 100reqs/6h is really not a lot.
It makes me unreasonably happy that in 2020 my laptop came with Linux & Steam preinstalled, I can download Hades, which is only available as Windows build, then it runs flawless thanks to protondb, and I control it with an XBox controller via Bluetooth #yearoflinuxonthedesktop
more like world hate organization 🙄
WHO is blocking comments that contains “Taiwan” on their official Facebook Page https://twitter.com/williamyang120/status/1326678007797280769
✨ decentralize all the things ✨
⌛ time is a lie ⏳
experimenting with feedback systems 🤖