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A Docker repository is where you can store 1 or more versions of a specific Docker image. An image can have 1 or more versions (tags).
As developers, life is good when it comes to gaining initial experience compared to other trade skills. Here's how to get started.
Container and image IDs are 64 character SHA-256 IDs. Most Docker commands truncate them to 12 characters, but you only need 4 chars.
As software developers, and especially freelance developers, it's easy to get stuck in unproductive loops but you can break that loop.
Who would have thought, after 22 years of using a keyboard I learned a new trick by multi-tapping the Home key.
Docker Compose currently has 3 major API versions (v1, v2 and v3). Certain features are enabled / disabled depending on which one you use.
GnuCash makes it easy to keep track of your money and it creates reports that will make your accountant happy.
Running an insecure registry isn't recommended but sometimes it's the easiest and most reasonable solution. Here's how to do it.
Cloud Field Day is a 3 day presentation based event that is ran by Tech Field Day and Stephen Foskett. Here's my first experience.
When dealing with databases such as PostgreSQL, MariaDB or MySQL, you've likely wanted to import a raw SQL file. Here's how.
Public speaking is a skill you need to build up like anything else. I have no experience with it, but here's how I plan to fix that.
So, you've been making changes inside of a container and now you want to see how it differs from the original. Here's how.
Flask is an excellent web framework choice for building APIs. In this article you'll learn which libraries I use to build RESTful APIs.
Docker allows you to set both build time and run time ENV variables and even lets you overwrite build time ENV vars at run time.
Enabling HTTP/2 is really easy and doing so will give you a number of free wins, such as faster page loads and better SEO rankings.
If you find yourself frequently changing directories in your Dockerfile then you may want to look into using WORKDIR. Here's how.
I started programming in the late 1990s and got into web development at about the same time. Here's how it was different than today.
You can stop your containers using the stop or down command, but the down command does more than stopping your containers.
Learn how to transform a project idea into a finished application by following these actionable and repeatable steps.
Here's a simple command to show you much disk space is being taken up by Docker images, containers, volumes and build cache.
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