Author: Eduardo Lezcano

  • Minimalistic Docker containers in 3 tricks

    Minimalistic Docker containers in 3 tricks

    One of the common mistakes we commit when starting with Docker is not taking into account the size of a produced container. This usually happens due to our goal to develop fast and easily for our own personal use. But when we want to push a container to the public registries or when we want […]

  • Docker source hardcoded to the docker hub

    I just needed to complain about this. Docker, the beloved containerization tool is not as open as they claim it to be. The primary source of containers is hardcoded in the tool to point toward the docker hub, and that site is now converting to a marketplace… This is the first time I have seen […]

  • 5 reasons why you should learn Make

    5 reasons why you should learn Make

    Maybe you have felt from time to time the speed of the current technology development. Maybe you have taken decisions like “I will choose the latest technology for my new project”. And maybe in the middle of the development, you realized your decisions delay you because the new technologies you have chosen are… Well, new. […]