As a developer it’s important to keep track of the changes made on your favorite programming language. It’s easy to say, but in fact I tend to pay more attention to third party library updates that I use in my projects (new features, vulnerabilities) than the updates of my programming language. That’s why I try on a regular basis to step back and review what changed in my favorite programming language: Ruby.
As you may know, every Christmas the Ruby core team releases a new version of Ruby. …
Did you heard about a friend who got a tattoo a couple of months ago and he now plans to get another one?
I have no tattoos and don’t plan on getting any ink but I can understand those people.
Because I think tattoos are like entrepreneurship.
When you have run a business that ended up with either an acquisition or a bankruptcy, this is not enough. There is something unreal that pushes you to do it again.
The project that you’re working on is like a tattoo. A color tattoo. The one that needs many steps to be achieved.
Those steps are the challenges you have faced…
You might have heard about the networking feature introduced in Docker 1.9.
Docker now comes with 3 default networks :
It creates a container-specific network stack. The only interface available in your container in this network is the loopback device.
It allows your containers to communicate with your host’s interfaces.
The bridge is the default network used by Docker. When you run this command, you’re actually running a container in the bridge network :
$ docker run -ti --rm busybox sh
It allows your containers to communicate with each other. The container is actually attached to the docker0 interface bridge.
The drawback is that you must know the IP of all your containers or use the soon-to-be-deprecated link option to link your containers. …
Run this command (OSX only, for now) :
$ sh <(curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pointcom/docker-local-dev/master/install.sh -sSL)
You will also be able to create a dev machine with NFS support.
If you want to know more about this project, you can follow the link below :
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