Nick

Hanover, Germany

ironbane.com

Age: 26

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awarded Nice Question
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accepted How to locally test my app in production with Meteor
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asked How to locally test my app in production with Meteor
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awarded Popular Question
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awarded Yearling
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awarded Yearling
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awarded Popular Question
Nov
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asked What's the best time and frequency to post a devlog?
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Nov
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answered Meteor: Unexpected token }
Nov
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comment How to add a file to an image in Dockerfile without using the ADD or COPY directive
Can't you simply unzip it beforehand on your local machine? And then add the stuff you need?
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awarded Notable Question
Oct
17
comment Digit regex causes jshint 'Bad or unnecessary escaping' error
@mikemaccana because otherwise JS would think you're trying to escape quotes instead of regex symbols. var test = 'hello what\'s up?';
Oct
7
comment Can a passenger jet be towed to safety if it breaks down in midair?
What about a fighter jet? They could reach the plane much faster. In Japan they tow cars with motorbikes, it's the same concept.
Sep
19
accepted Amazon Elastic Beanstalk vs EC2 instance with docker containers
Sep
18
comment Difference between docker -d and doing ctrl-p+ctrl-q after launching interactively?
@kkuilla How would you measure something like that?
Sep
17
comment Docker containers: services vs full applications
I agree with the level of control, but doesn't this make things unnecessarily complex as well? It doesn't sound like a fun job having to replicate 10 containers for your app in order to run it on another machine, a problem that Docker tries to solve in the first place?
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awarded Supporter
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15
comment Amazon Elastic Beanstalk vs EC2 instance with docker containers
Thanks Ben! Your blog post is a very interesting read (actually I got stuck on your website reading all the other stuff as well ;) I didn't expect such severe limitations of Beanstalk, for now I am going to go ahead and just run Docker containers inside a small EC2 instance. I'm curious how well that will run.
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