Ken Muse
Getting User Input When Starting a Dev Container
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.

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Marking Workspaces Safe with Dotfiles
There are many ways to automate the process of marking directories as “safe” to avoid the “detected dubious ownership in repository” message. Last week, I discussed how to modify the devcontainer.json. This week, let’s see an alternative using Dotfiles.

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Dev Containers, Codespaces, and Bicep, Oh My!
Development Containers and Codespaces bring infrastructure-as-code to developer environments. This post walks through creating a container for editing and deploying Bicep templates to Azure.

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Using Development Containers
Tired of spending your time setting up resources? It’s time to learn how to implement development environments using infrastructure-as-code with Dev Containers, Codespaces, and Gitpod!

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