I recently attended DockerCon 2014, the first Docker conference hosted by Docker Inc. The atmosphere was vibrant with lots of contributors and partners in the community actively participating. This conference had it all -- filled with exciting demonstrations, significant announcements, educational sessions, and lots of meaningful discussions around containerization technologies. Thanks for having us. It was my pleasure to be a part of the first Docker conference and I look forward to the next DockerCon.
I just read through “The New Kingmakers,” a thought-provoking book by Stephen O'Grady of the small, but influential, analyst firm Redmonk. The thesis of the book is straightforward: technology changes have moved developers, previously of little importance within the world of IT, to a central direction-setting role within companies.
I hate laying out tedious HTML tables. I know you do too. In fact, I'm sure you have a better way of doing it then typing it out tag for closing tag. This post is to show you how you can easily write a snippet in Komodo that does that for you.
A user complained that when he loaded a particular PHP file into Komodo, the editor would become unresponsive, and there would be no code intelligence. A quick check outside the editor showed most of what I needed to know about this file:
I am pleased to announce that Komodo IDE and Edit 8.5.0 are officially released.
On behalf of the Komodo team, I'd like to thank all of our beta testers, customers, and anyone who has given feedback over the years. Komodo continues to evolve as a leading IDE thanks to your efforts.
Well howdy there, partner. I don't aim to be stirring up any dust here, but not everybody knows that there is a right way and a wrong way to be herding your web app to the cloud. Might as well tell you, it all comes down to one thing: statefulness, the first born secret love child of the cloud. Now those may seem like mighty strong words to be starting out with, but I don't mean them unkindly.