User Secrets in Docker-based .NET Core Worker Applications
As part of the recent Message Endpoints in Azure series, I wanted to check out the new .NET Core 3.0 Worker templates to see how the templates have improved the situation (actually, a lot), but there are still some things missing from the
Containers - What Are They Good For? Running Our CI Builds
In the last post, I looked at creating a build environment, settling on a strategy where I used Docker Compose to create our build environment. From there, I need some way to actually run our build in an environment. Typically, my Windows build run
Containers - What Are They Good For? Build Environments?
In the last post, I looked at how containers could make local development easier for our typical projects, and mainly found they work well for dependencies. Next up, I wanted to see if they could make our continuous integration server "better". Better,
Containers - What Are They Good For? Local Dependencies
Containers, huh, good god What is it good for? Local Dependencies! Edwin Starr (also disputed) In the last post, I walked through our typical development pipeline, from local dev to production: Now for most of our developers, when we start a new project, we
Containers - What Are They Good For?
Containers, huh, good god What is it good for? Probably something? Edwin Starr (disputed) Here at Headspring, we're seeing more and more usage of Docker for local development. Having not really touched Docker or containers, I wanted to understand how Docker could help make