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Scissors Giving Containers A Cutting Edge At Last?

In the high jump ‘the scissors’ was one of a number of techniques eventually superseded by Dick Fosbury’s ‘Flop’, which saw the American athlete win the gold medal at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City. 483 more words


Shipping container architecture – in pictures

Designers and architects are exploring the potential of repurposed shipping containers, but critics say they are not necessarily sustainable or cost-effective


This particular Small Resort In The Czech Republic Is made of Shipping Storage containers

This Little Hotel Within the Czech Republic Is Made From Delivery Containers | CONTEMPORIST

Pictures by Michal Hurych
Artikul Architects possess designed this particular small shop hotel called…

Pivotal Conversations: Container networking & storage with Usha Ramachandran

Container networking and storage is hella-complicated. Check out this conversation with Usha Ramachandran, Richard Seroter, and myself on the topic, including a discussion of why it’s so complicated and how Cloud Foundry addresses the problems.


Snow Peak Releases Titanium NISSIN Cup Noodle Containers

NISSIN might be known for its quick and easy throwaway cup noodles, but if you’ve ever wanted the iconic Japanese food staple to last a bit longer, consider this reusable titanium Cup Noodle food container by… 124 more words

Why Would You Put SQL Server in a Container? - WinDocks Briefing Note

There’s no question that containers are growing in popularity, and attendance at this year’s DockerCcon is evidence of that. But the bulk of applications that are moving into containers still tend to be stateless applications without the need for persistent data. 366 more words


'Time to Value' should be the new 'Time to Market'

It’s fascinating how the software industry has built and leveraged technologies that could deliver software products of good quality at amazing speed.

The key technologies (in my opinion) that enables such speed are: 83 more words