Feb
2022
Becoming a DevOps Engineer: Understanding the Role and Responsibilities

Becoming a DevOps Engineer: Understanding the Role and Responsibilities

A DevOps Engineer is a great job that often has you working as a combination of a developer, a systems operator, and an automation expert. Here are the details to determine if this is the job for you.
8 min read
Feb
2022
What Is DevOps: How To Build An Efficient DevOps Team

What Is DevOps: How To Build An Efficient DevOps Team

In this article, I’m focusing on areas that should help you immediately advance your DevOps knowledge. First, I’ll list and detail what DevOps is and isn’t. Then, I’ll go through my DevOps evaluation to help you assess how “DevOps-y” you and your team are.
13 min read
Feb
2022
Kubernetes vs. Docker

Kubernetes vs. Docker

Versus isn’t the right question. Using these tools isn’t an either-or equation. Let's break down their origin, purpose, and how to use the right tool for the job.
10 min read
Oct
2020
The Future of Docker Swarm 2018-2020

The Future of Docker Swarm 2018-2020

I use it. My clients use it. I even made the worlds best online and real-world courses on it. This is a comprehensive recap of the present and future of Swarm and the SwarmKit library.
6 min read
May
2019
Is Swarm Dead? Answered by a Docker Captain.

Is Swarm Dead? Answered by a Docker Captain.

Swarm is alive and well in 2018. Let's see how Docker Inc. has publicly stated continued support for Swarm and Kubernetes, and dispel some myths about the SwarmKit project.
6 min read
May
2022
Sweet Shell: With Oh-My-Zsh, SpaceVim, Starship, True Color, and Demo Mode. For macOS, Linux, and Windows

Sweet Shell: With Oh-My-Zsh, SpaceVim, Starship, True Color, and Demo Mode. For macOS, Linux, and Windows

My terminal emulator and shell setup for macOS, Linux, and Windows. AKA "Ultimate Terminal Setup" New stuff I'm checking out
3 min read
Mar
2017
My TL;DR: Docker Version/Name Change Highlights

My TL;DR: Docker Version/Name Change Highlights

> TL;DR: Versions are now YY.MM based (like Ubuntu) and you can choose Stable (slower) or Edge (faster) releases.
1 min read