Moving to Apple Silicon can introduce challenges if you're using x64-based containers. Sometimes, emulation is the answer. When it's not, we can combine some Docker features with some bash scripting to create an optimized container that works well for both platforms.
It's now the end of an era for me. After 5 years as a Wintellectual, it was time for a change. There's nothing like being surrounded by truly brilliant people that inspire you every day. That's why I'm becoming a Hubber and joining the DevOps FastTrack team.
Having templates for your company or your personal projects can improve your development life and enable collaboration. In order to take full advantage of this, we need to make the packages we've created available to the rest of our team. To do this, we need a package management solution, such as GitHub Packages.
Part of DevOps is supporting the people and processes with the right tools. There is one tool that is particularly powerful for organizations — reusable templates that make it easy to share best practices for new files and projects. In today's post, we'll explore creating a template that uses dotnet new to package and distribute a file.