CaaC: ImageMagick

Dockerize ImageMagick

Don’t litter my path I’m not a germophobe, but I can’t stand a dirty $PATH. I like mine neat and clean, so that my tab completions are fast, sweet and within the realms of sanity. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, go to the previous installment of this series and read the full thing. ImageMagick is an image manipulation tool that can “create, edit, compose, or convert bitmap images” and is typically used from the command line. [Read More]

CaaC: Container as a Condom

Protect your operating system from unintended consequences

All those dirty prerequisites We all know containers are great and can minimize a bunch of issues that used to bedevil us just a few years ago. One thing containers are great at is sparing us the need of installing software directly on our operating systems. Want to benchmark your code against all of the n+ types of Ruby implementations? Need to install (yet) another NodeJS tool that the self-proclaimed “cool” kids at your company are switching to? [Read More]