The average bloke didn’t think about Malcolm. He was just another short guy on stage if they knew what the band looked like at all. But they knew the music, everybody knows “You Shook Me All Night Long,” which implored you to buy the album “Back In Black,” whereupon you went through the looking glass into a sound that felt so good you could not lift the needle from the LP, unless it was to start it all over again.
AC/DC is one of very few bands I can listen to nearly every day for 40 years and never tire of it.
This is the name of my pain. I want to do something bang-on-simple that ought to take maybe a minute. But it seems like step one of anything is always “diagnose and fix a problem that has inexplicably disabled something that was working fine yesterday, and then solve the problems created by what had to be done to solve the previous problem in the chain."
Mustard don't need no wifi.
And for some projects, there really is no need to scale up to having multiple containers of a service, as you’ll be just fine with running all your containers on a single host. For these projects you want to get to production as smooth (or simple) as possible.
Still trying to get my head around both Docker and Gitlab CI pipelines.