In parts 1 and 2 of this series, we’ve coded up a simple .NET Core 2 web application, containing some services, and we’ve dockerised it and its stored on our local docker image library. Cool. Now, what happens if we want to be able to share that unit of execution with other members of a… Read More »
Docker as a technology seems to divide the community, some say its a good solution to the problem of packaging up your software that collects all of your dependencies and then stamps them into a repeatable deployable package….others say its been done before with other technologies or that its a security problem waiting to happen… Read More »
Tonight James and Adrian discuss cyberattacks, Microsoft, Apple iPhones, Nintendos attendance at E3. We also look at Bitcoin, SpaceX and Wires.. Enjoy! Don’t forget to subscribe here….
Unsurprisingly the frame rate is looooooooow…… But it was worth a try.
When you first put a network card into a Windows machine it’ll ask which “profile” the network should abide by. This setting relates to which set of firewall rules to apply the machine as its connecting to the network. Public – means you don’t trust the network you’re attaching to and firewall rules should be… Read More »
I wanted to launch a couple of VMs on my test box with one server acting as a DHCP server to another on an “internal” defined network. Its taken me a couple of days to figure out why this was happening and I’ve installed Windows/Linux, turned firewalls on and off and messed with many Hyper-V… Read More »