Whether you’re dealing with bad credentials or connectivity issues, there are a few tricks with Git that can make it easier to understand what’s happening. This post will dive into features of Git that you can use for understanding the credential flow and troubleshooting problems.
Sometimes you just need a little human interaction. And sometimes you need that to happen when you’re starting up a dev container so you can configure the environment. Thankfully, there is a way to get user input that works with most of the dev container implementations.
Part of mastering Kubernetes or containers is understanding how they work and how they interact with the host system. You’ve probably seen how to mount drives or folders into a containerized system, but there is another approach – mounting a file like a drive. This post will explore how to do this using a loop device in Linux.
Working with containers, one concept that seems to always confuse developers and administrators is layers. Despite the elegance and simplicity of the design, they are still a black box to most teams. In this post, I’ll explain how they work conceptually and the basis of their implementation.