Late 2017 I saw a post by Scott Hanselman on running Linux Containers on Windows (LCOW), without using MobyVM (a full, but headless VM in Hyper-V).
Since the release of .NET Core, it is almost a child's play to run .NET on other platform then Windows. With .NET Core one can officially target Windows, Linux and even macOS. But with docker you can run .NET Core on (almost) anything.
Not having access to DNS server can be hard...
There are several ways to start using Docker. You can either install it on your local workstation or use one of several Cloud services to run Docker. There are even online courses of Docker that provides you with the while environment needed to learn and experiment with. For now I am only going to concentrate on installation on local workstations. These g...
Short answer: A tool that helps to maximize the utilization of system resources, by containing applications in their own environment.
As an ongoing effort, I wanted to have a more versatile/cross-platform development environment. And with VS Code released for all major platforms, I saw a good opportunity to maybe switch to an IDE that I could use on both Windows and Linux, and still be able to code C#.
In the new Update for Windows 10 (NT 10); scheduled to be released soon, users will be able to install Windows Subsystem for Linux.
When Karmic (Ubuntu 9.10) came out I installed it as my main OS, due to solvable but time eating problems I decided to go back to Windows 7. The biggest problem I had was with Adobe Flash.
For about a decade I have been using Yahoo! as my default mail. I found a script that could strip the email address and point it to Yahoo! Mail.