Docket is a container, but not all containers are docker. I'm pretty sure Google doest down load their images from docker hub.
something about the way the videos are presented. If I catch a random person posting a video, recent from memory of a cat trying to catch fish through the ice of a frozen pond, people would think that is funny. If it was on the 5 o'clock news, they'd think, "People are getting shot and there is rioting and this is what they put on?"
I don't know why but it seems if it's coming from professionals it should be bad news.
Hmm, why not? If you're using docker in a production environment I'd hope you're building your own images, so where is the security concern? If you're just testing out software and testing builds then sure pull away from the docker hub, but if you're deploying to production you better have your own artifact repository storing your personal generated images.
for something that runs in a fenced network and only takes deploys and runs integration tests before being destroyed, I don't see how this is a huge problem?
You mean people use docker to run production images?
The problem with "give everybody X" schemes is where are all the X going to come from?
I'd rather live in your universe.
And even with this job reducing tech they are still able to find a need to ship millions of dollars of equipment annually.
...and becoming lawyers and bureaucrats.
You've convinced me. remove my
Ohh it's suppose to look like that? I just thought he was still working on the calibration of the 3d printers.
Think of the dock works who lost their jobs due to this "marvelous" invention. It's this efficiency and automation we have to fight against or nobody will have a job again.
That is wonderful if everyone is a perfect driver such as yourself. Some people are not great drivers, some are distracted even for a second, that 4-5 is easily dropped to 1-2 just by checking your rear view mirror and dash gauges before looking up again.
If the world were full of perfect drivers, with endless patients and no emotion, then your theory would hold mostly true. Until then we have to adjust for the world we live in.
Yea, I'd only ever seen that in movies. I always thought it was a dramatic addition, I've still never seen it in the US but there are many parts of the US I've never been to.
In the end, life has to have a balance. There's not much point in fully automated everything if nobody has a job and is able to purchase the fruits of that automation. So either the products of industry will become so cheap as to be effectively free and the poor just have to go pick up the things they want, or there will have to be value that people can generate in exchange for the items they desire.
Doesn't matter what you or I do or what is or isn't safe driving. Fact is red light cameras reduced the safety of the over all driving experience.