I used to spend a lot on booze. Now I spend a lot supporting grass-roots activism. You can too.
For #FridayDonation, give as much to your local cause as you do your local bar.
Bret Victor is one of my favourite thinkers. One of the few people who deserves the oft-chuckled-at title of "thought leader".
In his talk Inventing on Principle, Bret described how he, and many other influential figures, have been guided by a driving principle, unique to the individual, which when applied to a variety of situations, led them to improve and innovate upon the status quo. He advocated that one could find their personal principle, identify with it, and be guided by it.
I think I've found my principle.
TL;DR: I'm excited to announce that I am joining Twitter to focus full-time on documentation and open source.
If you're just starting out with Docker, it's super easy to follow the examples, get started and run a few things. However, moving to the next step, making your own Dockerfiles, can be a bit confusing. One of the more common points of confusion seems to be:
Where are my Docker images stored?