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Docker Container Management – Windows Container Management Basics

Containers are around for a long time in the Linux world. To Windows admins however they are somewhat new. During the last months lots of articles, blog posts, webinars and sessions about containers have been published, mainly about what containers are and what they can be used for. 1,186 more words

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Visual Studio and Repositories 101


So in my previous post I gave you a brief intro about repositories and some basics on what you can do with it. If you haven’t done so already, catch up – 801 more words


Get to know repositories...

So, to start of my Use Source Control for IT Needs series, let’s talk about repositories.

Repository is where you store your code.

Basically, repositories are web-based locations where you will put your files. 319 more words


Repositories for OERs, they're not dead yet

I’ve been hanging on from blogging about this topic for a while for fear of being seen as a vulture attempting to gain from the recent closure of Jorum, hence the feature photo.   999 more words

Scholarly Commons Hits 1 Million Downloads

Three years ago this month, the Scholarly Commons went live. Supporting Cornell’s School of Hotel Administration, it’s the second open access digital repository that I manage, and was both the biggest project of the post-consolidation HLM Digital Projects Group and the justification of our expansion from two people to three. 136 more words


Don’t Just Build It, They Probably Won’t Come

By Ruth Mostern

Here, Ruth Mostern gives some background to her article, “Don’t Just Build It, They Probably Won’t Come: Data Sharing and the Social Life of Data in the Historical Quantitative Social Sciences”. 667 more words


The amazing GitHub File Finder

Ever had to go through humongous Git repos folder by folder, trying some obscure file?

Ever had to resort to the global <gasp> search instead?Apparently the folks at Git found themselves doing this so often that they decided to find a solution, and voila! 45 more words