Yes, I know! Everyone has been using docker for the last few years but I'm late on that hype train. At work we're still using vagrant like assholes, that's my own fault really. I decided to dip my dick into that docker pool and blog the entire process. Here's the first part.
Ever since I moved away from mac and started using Linux as my daily driver there's been a few minor things that I miss obviously. One of the things is that I never really liked the default application launcher for ubuntu. I always loved the default one mac os has that has a lot of built in functionality. Or if you wanted more on mac you could even install Alfred and that was awesome too.
So I looked a bit more and found out that you can have the exact same thin on Linux and its called Ulauncher.
Last week I noticed this indie game on Nintendo Switch at just 1.99 euros. After seeing just a few clips on youtube I bought it at started playing. Man, what a ride.
Most of us these days have loads of RAM to spare on our laptops and desktops. But do you remember a time when you had a computer just to do some web browsing and just 2GB of ram was what you needed?
These days you have just a few tabs open on your browser and you can see the ram just going up and up.