The big promise of Docker and containers in general; portability. A Docker container runs on a system that supports the Docker container's runtime environment. Applications are no longer tied to the host its operating system, that's great! But, it still needs to be compiled for the host its system architecture.
Wouter De Schuyter
An ambitious, passionate Full Stack Developer
A throwback to 2007, or maybe earlier. It's hard to say, it seems so long ago. Back when I was 14 - 15 I used to listen a lot to Good Charlotte, but for some reason I never saw them live though.
I've had some ESP8266 modules & dev kits laying around for quite a while now and a few months ago I started prototyping with them. Thought I'd make a basic example on how to present some sensor readings as a simple json api with only a few lines of code to get you started!
Binance has launched a new fiat entrypoint for crypto, a new exchange under the name Binance Jersey. As of now they only support two of the most trusted cryptocurrency; Bitcoin & Ethereum. But that's good enough for me as you can go to any cryptocurrency from those 2 using other exchanges.
When using Docker extensively and switching a lot between projects, types & versions of images you might notice quickly huge chunks of disk space disappearing. This is because Docker keeps all images & containers in cache. And it doesn't clean them up out of the box.
Probably the most Googled error by React Native developers, when you search the issues in the React Native Github project alone you get over a 100 results. And then there's even much more StackOverflow issues, forum posts and so on.
So I finally updated to macOS Mojave yesterday, yay! But something was bothering me a bit.. I had the feeling there was something different with the font, I couldn't tell right away what it was though.