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Building Tiny, Reliable Docker Container Images

Very interesting article about building lean Docker images.

Building good, clean Docker container images is a bit of an art, and there is a lot of conflicting advice out there about how to do them properly. I’d like to share some thoughts gained from running Docker containers in production for two years at New Relic.
Link: relistan.com

Vagrant Manager for OS X

Vagrant Manager: A nifty tool if you use Vagrant on your Mac/PC.

Manage your vagrant machines in one place with . One place. All access.
Link: vagrantmanager.com

iOS gestures you may not have known

iOS gestures you may not have known

Timing – Automatic time tracking for your Mac. Find out where your time goes, without start/stop timers. We don’t just communicate by speech.
Link: sixcolors.com

A New Hope for a Perplexing Mathematical Proof

Earlier this month the math world turned toward the University of Oxford, looking for signs of progress on a mystery that has gripped the community for three years. The occasion was a conference on the work of Shinichi Mochizuki, a brilliant mathematician at Kyoto University who in August 2012 released four papers that were both difficult to understand and impossible to ignore. 

The Hardest Game You Never Played: Hacker

Oh how many hours did I spend in front of this game…

Back in 1983, three years before Ferris Bueller demonstrated to the world the most entertaining way to exploit a sick day, Matthew Broderick starred in a particularly enjoyable if not completely ridiculous Cold War film known as WarGames.

Link: getpocket.com