Docker best practices for secure and lightweight Dockerfiles
Following the practices here will help you improve container
stability, speed up deploy processes, cut down on image sizes, and
tighten security. Where appropriate, we've also included links to
further reading and resources to get you the most bang for your buck
valuable time. So strap in, grab a notebook or maybe your CTO, and
Source: Docker best practices for secure and lightweight
an article by Shimon Tolts.
An Illustrated Guide to Useful Command Line Tools
Inspired by a similar post by Ben
this a list of useful command line tools that I use. It’s not a list
of every tool I use. These are tools that are new or typically not
part of a standard POSIX command line environment.
This post is a living document and will be updated over time. It
should be obvious that I have a strong preference for fast tools
without a large runtime dependency like Python or node.js. Most of
these tools are portable to *BSD, Linux, macOS. Many also work on
Windows. For OSes that ship up to date software many are available
via the system package repository.
Source: An Illustrated Guide to Useful Command Line
a nice list maintained by Wesley Moore. It has several programs that
are new to me and maybe to you as well. I recommend to check out this
list if you work on the command line.