Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Red Hat Summit Connect Dublin - Talking Architecture Shop

red hat summit connect

The Red Hat Summit Connect Dublin is a one day event,  part of a new series of small-scale events, that brings the discussion of open source technology to your local cities.

 The day provides updates and insights into the latest technologies and will also offer the opportunity to get hands on with Red Hat technologies.  There will be different streams of session topics that will host tech talks led by Red Hat experts and also business focused sessions delivered from industry leaders including some fantastic partner and customer stories.

I've been invited to give a session in Dublin and wanted to share the planning with you for this event in November. 

Monday, October 11, 2021

Codeanywhere adventures - Getting started with developer process automation tooling (part 3)

Codeanywhere

In the previous article in this series, we introduced the world of Codeanywhere, a cloud IDE and container development experience all available in just your browser. 

Are you ready for some more amazing, easy to use, developer tooling that requires not a single tooling installation and no configuration? 

That's what the team at Codeanywhere are promising us when I stumbled on their website last week. They "...don't require you to engage in complex installations and configuration setups. Simply access our in-browser IDE for everything you need to build amazing websites in a productive and more developer-friendly way."

In part three of this series, we'll finish the setup of our process automation Java container project in Codeanywhere.

Thursday, October 7, 2021

Codeanywhere adventures - Creating your first container project (part 2)

Codeanywhere

In the previous article in this series, we introduced the world of Codeanywhere, a cloud IDE and container development experience all available in just your browser. 

Are you ready for some more amazing, easy to use, developer tooling that requires not a single tooling installation and no configuration? 

That's what the team at Codeanywhere are promising us when I stumbled on their website last week. They "...don't require you to engage in complex installations and configuration setups. Simply access our in-browser IDE for everything you need to build amazing websites in a productive and more developer-friendly way."

In part two of this series, we'll get hands-on creating our first Java container project in Codeanywhere.

Monday, October 4, 2021

Beginners Guide to Installing Decision Management Tooling in a Local Container using Podman

podman decision management Recently the open source community project called Podman announced that there was solid support for using its container tooling to replace docker on your local development machine. Ring in the joyous music and off we go to explore how we can get back to basics without the issues of licensing around the developer desktop container tooling.

Note, the rest of this tutorial will be based on the current version of Podman at the time of publication, v3.3.1.

The first thing you want to do is just install the Podman tooling, which is fairly painless using BREW:

$ brew install podman

Now you are ready to kick off the virtual machine with the proper settings to start doing something real, like adding developer decision management tooling to your local machine.