My Blog: Pure WordPress vs. Static Files With Hugo and WordPress Hybrid
My blog isn’t particularly popular (or unpopular). I don’t really care too much about advertising it’s existence… that’s what google is for.
What I’ve Learned About Developing in Docker
Table of Contents Developing with complex filesystem layouts Save yourself some bandwidth with a docker hub mirror Getting localhost to make sense Deploying swap like it’s an app Building super complex images Cleaning up images, volumes, and networks
Back Up And Running
I’m back. The last couple of months have been hectic, from a personal standpoint. I walked away from my rancher instance, and dealt with what I had to deal with.
In case you are not aware, I write software for a company called BoomTown. It’s a not-so-startup in Charleston, SC. We offer a CRM for real-estate agents and manage their front-end websites. I’m on the front-end/consumer facing side of the house, and if you were to put all of our domains into one domain then, […]
My brother is a data scientist. In his free time he comes up with some interesting things. One thing that was pretty interesting was a simulation of the economy.
Payment with Equity
I get contacted a lot with job offers. Most of them want me to work “for no money” and accept payment with equity.
Change of Schedule
I’ve been writing software nearly every day for just over 20 years now; whether it was a personal project, school project, contract job, or salary. It’s been fun, to put it mildly. I’m glad the 10,000 hour rule was tossed out, because I’m far from a world class expert.
Running a multi-arch cluster with Rancher/Docker
Just a heads up — this no longer works! We’ll have to go back to the drawing board to update. I just bought three raspberry pi’s to attempt to cheaply increase the capacity of my home cluster (I’m building something awesome 😃 )… This is a quick write up on what I did and how […]
Husband + Dad + Docker + WP + Hugo == this
A lot of people think I don’t like Docker, and I’m here to tell you that’s not true. In fact, I feel like a magician about to show his huge magic trick of the show. In the next couple hours this blog post will be live along with a huge framework… Let me tell you […]
Docker Compose will publish your source code for free in Docker 1.12
Super big notice! Docker has fixed this, as noted in their awesome comment. Leaving the original contents around for now, thanks Docker!