Articles & Blogs
Excerpt: "Hey, my boss said to talk to you - I hear you know a lot about web apps?
-Yeah, I’m more of a distributed systems guy now. I’m just back from ContainerCamp and Gluecon and I’m going to Dockercon next week. Really excited about the way the industry is moving - making everything simpler and more reliable. It’s the future!"
To get the full context of this article, it's best to read its inspiration first: "It's The Future" by Paul Biggar, above.
Excerpt: "FROM microsoft/iis - a single line of code which has the potential to change the way you build, ship, run, test, support and even design ASP.NET applications.
It's how you start to package "legacy" ASP.NET apps in Docker images, so you can run them in containers on Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016."
Excerpt: "Some agencies are spending 90 percent or more of their IT budgets on operations and maintenance, a report released last week found.
The IDC Government Insights report found 77.7 percent of proposed agency IT budgets for fiscal year 2017 are going to operations and management, with the remaining sliver dedicated to systems development and enhancement."
Excerpt: "Amazon OpsWorks is an excellent, low-cost option for Platform-as-a-Service hosting. OpsWorks provides relatively easy-to-use UI mechanisms to manage, deploy and host applications on AWS EC2. Corgibytes uses OpsWorks to host both Rails-based and Angular-based servers for one of our clients."
A thread on reddit asks:
- What's the worst example in your current system/software?
- How does your company manage/track technical debt?