The 1st attempt at building a new blog using Jekyll, Windows Subsystem for Linux and Visual Studio Code.
In Episode 4 I set up our
docker-compose files to allow us to knit together our application and the services it will be use. Today’s episode is focusing on Modelling, Controller and Unit Tests for the BookStore Object.
In August 2018 I bought some Pi’s tp create a cluster, mainly after reading and watching Alex Ellis and Scott Hanselman’s blogs and videos on the subject, which inspired me to make the purchase. I was running Code Clubs at the time, so I thought this would make a good show and tell as well.
In Episode 3 I set up our Dockerfiles for creating our Docker Images for our BookStore app. This will allow us to rapidly test our application as we move forward in later Episodes. Today’s episode is Docker Part 2: Docking Compose.
Whenever I do an update to this blog itself, I will be providing some Release Notes on changes, including where possible, what I have done, as this may be helpful to someone else.
In Episode 2 I set up the project directory structure. Today’s episode is Docker Part 1: DockerFiles.
In Episode 1 I set the scene for what this series will contain. Today’s episode is simply on setting your directory structure and creating the relevant projects.
So, you have started using Docker for your .NET Core applications - awesome news. You are using Linux Containers, and Visual Studio Code, and you then go to Debug your container…..oh.
The 1st how to for setting up the blog and tools needed to edit it. I’m a Windows fan (I love my Surface devices), but I’m also starting to appreciate Linux
I have wanted to move my current off Wordpress for sometime,