This is a follow up to my old post from 2018: Upgrade Postgres Container to Version 10 [https://peter.grman.at/upgrade-postgres-9-container-to-10/] In the meanwhile, I upgraded every year my Docker containers to the newest version of Postgres and realized, I can further optimize that process. But first, let's take
I was looking for the easiest way to process task asynchronously, but keep the order. However, implementing something on top of the BlockingCollection
seemed a bit of an overkill.
Instead, the original
> For the folks out there, not familiar with the abbreviation APM, in the context of this post stands for Application Performance Monitoring [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Application_performance_management]. APM 0.1 - Leverage existing tools (and logs) For the last 2 years, I'm part of a team building
Currently I'm hosting a bunch of static HTML files (with CSS, JS, images, ...) inside a plane nginx container. Mostly nginx:alpine [https://hub.docker.com/_/nginx/], but sometimes also openresty/openresty:alpine [https://hub.docker.com/r/openresty/openresty/] and other similar containers, to be precise. The odd thing is,
> For a newer version to this post, have a look at Upgrading Postgres Docker containers [https://peter.grman.at/upgrading-postgres-docker-containers/] Postgres version 10 is here [https://wiki.postgresql.org/wiki/New_in_postgres_10] - well actually it's out for couple months already, but I finally got to use it.
Few days ago I listened to Scott Hanselman's 500th podcast (congratulations on that), You don't know JS with Getify (Kyle Simpson) [http://hanselminutes.com/500/you-dont-know-js-with-getify-kyle-simpson]. Not everyone needs to know, how to drive a stick I had mixed feelings about that podcast and was thinking for a long time
> Almost a year ago, I wrote an introductory article about developing server and client applications in TypeScript - TypeScript Development in Practice [https://peter.grman.at/typescript-development-in-practice/]. A lot of things have changed since then so this is a longer and much more thorough description of what is possible today:
My girlfriend is learning Meteor [https://www.meteor.com/] as she already has some knowledge in AngularJS and I personally think TypeScript would make her life easier (eventually) I suggested her, to follow the great tutorial on AngularJS with Meteor [http://angular-meteor.com/tutorial], but implement it in TypeScript. Her
Few days ago I was struggling to set up authorization on requests to my Web API. The major Problem was missing sessions. You can read more here: Request Authorization in ASP.NET Web API [https://peter.grman.at/request-authorization-in-asp-net-web-api/]. After I set it up, it was running and everything seemed