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Tue 27 Apr 2021

I totally forgot about print style sheets

A small collection of useful CSS techniques and a quick reminder that print style sheets are still a thing.

Source: I totally forgot about print style sheets, an article by Manuel Matuzović.

Print Debugging Should Go Away

Many people prefer print debugging over interactive debugging tools. Some of them seem to have concluded that the superiority of print debugging is some kind of eternal natural law. It isn't: almost all the reasons people use print debugging can be overcome by improving debuggers — and to some extent already have been. (In the words of William Gibson, the future is already here, it's just not evenly distributed yet). The superiority of print debugging is contingent and, for most developers, it will end at some point (or it has already ended and they don't know it.)

Source: Print Debugging Should Go Away, an article by Robert O'Callahan.

Write a Good Dockerfile in 19 Easy Steps

In this post you’ll learn the essential steps required to write a secure, compact, and maintainable Dockerfile in just 19 “easy” steps. I think you’ll be spurprised at how much you really need to know. Let’s get started!

Source: Write a Good Dockerfile in 19 Easy Steps, an article by Joe Kutner.