Learning and relearning Docker commands

I have found myself learning and relearning Docker basics because I only dive into it every few months, and it took me several days just to find my notes from last time, so I am pushing this to my blog for safe keeping. If this is your first time with Docker consider starting here with a tutorial, it helps you get started by either installing all the requisite bits locally or using an interactive online playground. Here are the commands I lean on most to manage my local Docker images and containers: # Show a list of images docker images # Show a list of containers docker container ls docker ps # start up a container from the dasblogweb:latest image docker run -ti dasblogweb:latest # Create ...

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Viewing async code with Visual Studio

The debugger team have been working really hard on the improving the ways in which you can visualize asynchronous code! The Parallel Tasks window (Debug-Windows-Parallel Stacks) ...

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Reading for the moment

A lot of folks I am connected to have wanted more information to help navigate this moment, I would encourage you to head over to this Anti-racism resource and start in the ...

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What you’re seeing is people pushed to the edge

Excerpt from Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s OpEd: Don't understand the protests? What you're seeing is people pushed to the edge:Yes, protests often are used as an excuse for some to take ...

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What has changed?

I am thinking about change today, as in, what in this country has changed in a positive way for people of African descent? The ideal of this country is founded in democracy which ...

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How everyday devs can influence Visual Studio

I have been working on the Microsoft stack for almost 20 years, and now directly at Microsoft for over a year, and one of the things that have become obvious is that Microsoft is ...

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Reload your ASP.NET config data when the files changes

One of the biggest flaws I wanted to correct with DasBlog Core was that if you updated the underlying configuration file it would take a site restart for the settings to be ...

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