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The rise of the container orchestration storage standards (Article)

Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols

“Containers are everywhere and thanks to Docker, CoreOS, and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), we have container standards pretty much nailed down. When it comes to container orchestration, we have three major contenders, Docker Swarm, Mesosphere, and Kubernetes, with Kubernetes pulling into the lead. But, when it comes to container orchestration storage standards we have — uh, well — a mess. ” (…)

Choosing Between Containers and Virtual Machines (Article)

Blaize Stewart

“Containers are simple, but harder to explain. Fundamentally, containers are a virtualization technology and they share a lot of common ground with virtual machines, however the biggest difference between the two is where the abstraction occurs.” (…)

Designing Data-Intensive Applications (Book)

Martin Kleepmann

As software engineers, we need to build applications that are reliable, scalable and maintainable in the long run. We need to understand the range of available tools and their trade-offs. For that, we have to dig deeper than buzzwords.” (…)

Containerized ASP.NET Core Apps with Kubernetes (Video)

Mete Atamel

“Kubernetes is an open-source container management platform that has been available to the Linux world for a while. With ASP.NET Core, it’s now available to .NET developers too! In this talk, we’ll take a look what Kubernetes is and how it can help you with deployment and running of containerised ASP.NET Core apps.” (…)

Which JavaScript Stack should I learn? with Tracy Lee (Podcast)


“In her short time as a developer, Tracy Lee hasn’t stayed true to one JavaScript Framework. Instead, she continues to explore JavaScript with React, Angular, Ember, React Native, and NativeScript. She chats with Scott about the process of learning JavaScript and the need to “pick a framework.” ” (…)

Ensure.That (Github)


“Ensure.That is a simple guard clause argument validation lib, that helps you with validation of your arguments.” (…)


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