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  1. Helpful shell snippets for Docker, Testing and Bootstrapping

    Today, I won’t provide a real article but some helpful shell snippets to working with bootstrap scripts, docker images or other minimal setups. …


  2. Docker - Minimize your containers with alpine linux

    Today I have something delicious for you. Docker is a really useful application virtualization platform. As I can’t explain the whole stack I leave this to the docs and expect you to know the Docker basics. …


  3. Make better software with Docker

    Under the premise “containerize all the things” I’m working a lot with Docker building more and more container images. A few days ago I had a conversation about the need for Docker. Well, actually it was more about why Docker doesn’t make anything better. …


  4. Config management at MadIRC

    A week ago I’ve talked about config management of an InspIRCd instance in the #inspircd support channel. So today I’ll provide you a little insight into the config management I build for MadIRC. …


  5. Scalability - Why most web applications can not scale horizontal

    Last week one of the greatest cloud computing events in the world was going on: The DockerCon2016. And one of the things docker want to bring to people is scalability for their applications. Especially horizontal scalability. …


  6. HTTP/2 - Getting ready on Debian with Apache2

    HTTP/2 is the newest version of the HTTP protocol and has a lot of improvements including binary headers. I’m currently thrilled by “state of the art”-web-applications, but still running an apache2 web server. Most people agree that nginx is more “state of the art” than apache2 and may be right. But. …


  7. Consider App-Prototyping in October

    Please note that this article was not written by me. Back when it was published this blog had a co-author called Watson. You can find his blog here. …