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Bring your own React

Published: 7/13/2016

React is a a great UI library from Facebook that works well for creating fast browser based user interfaces. Working with it is quite easy. Once you learn the basics you can be quite productive. But...

Introducing the React Tutorial

Published: 5/9/2016

React is hot and it seems that almost every front-end web developer wants a piece of it. Not surprising maybe because Facebook created and open sourced React. And React not only powers the Facebook...

From zero to hero with Docker in Łódź, Poland

Published: 4/17/2016

Yesterday I had some fun doing a session about running an ASP.NET Core application on a Linux based Docker container at the GET.NET conference in Łódź, Poland. The slides can be found here, the...

Turbocharging Docker build

Published: 3/1/2016

Building a Docker image can take a bit of time depending on what you have to do. Specially when you have to do something like DNU Restore, DotNet Restore, NPM Install or Nuget Restore builds can...

Docker, From zero to hero

Published: 2/26/2016

Yesterday I did a presentation for the dotNed users group in the Netherlands. The slides can be found here on SlideShare. The demo code here on GitHub and the demo container image is on the Docker...

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Sep
30
7:21 PM
Back in NL.
Sep
30
5:29 AM
Building Optimized Docker Images with https://t.co/cONKnhyUFJ Core - https://t.co/RrM4Sw8yA0
Sep
29
9:43 AM
@OdeToCode Overloading?
Sep
27
5:13 PM
RT @ladyleet: Am I bringing React jeopardy to @reactnlconf? Yep. 🦁#reactjss#reactnlconffpic.twitter.com/ksN351cZPhh
Sep
26
3:21 PM
RT @React_Tutorial: The best #ReactJS post directly in your inbox? Subscribe to the React Newsletter. https://t.co/4f2eFbWkfO
Sep
26
2:48 PM
RT @github: Introducing our newest pull request merge option: rebase https://t.co/gkA4dzuh0h
Sep
26
1:07 PM
“How to Dockerize your Go (golang) App” by @treeder https://t.co/f3qaUhMzTD
Sep
25
11:52 AM
On my way to Paris for another #JavaScipt and #AngularJS training.
Sep
24
12:37 PM
RT @ahejlsberg: TypeScript 2.0 released: Non-null types, control flow type analysis, discriminated unions + much more. https://t.co/1ERPjR8…