Been working on architecting and setting up an inner dev loop as a primary task for the quarter. We were originally planning on using Vagrant to setup a local development environment with the VirtualBox provider for
x86_64 and Docker provider for
arm64 (to support Apple Silicon). Easy enough, right, RIGHT!
Images on docker hub don't support Vagrant out of the box. Vagrant will pull the image, yes, but:
- The container will die immediately
vagrant sshwon't work unless you build/use an image from a Dockerfile that sets up a vagrant user and estabilishes ssh keys for it.
The image pulled using the previous step will still be an
arm64 image if you're on Apple Silicon. If it's an
x86_64 image you're after, that will require setting up
qemu to build multi-arch images.
Docker's docs outline the problems associated with using
qemu to emulate
Moreover this isn't a scalable approach to automating local development setups since we'd have to maintain Vagrantfiles for each repository.
We've been actively looking for better solutions, but don't have a clear way forward yet.
I setup two machines using Oracle's Cloud Free Tier, and self-hosted yarr. Clean, minimal, lightweight RSS aggregator written in Go. Plan on hosting some more services using the awesome-selfhosted repo for reference.
I have some long term projects in mind, but I'd like to rewrite Lyceum in Go before I start them. I'll have an easier time documenting my progress that way. So that's the next project I plan on picking up.
Outside of tech, I've been running regularly for the past couple weeks. Body hurt like hell the first 2-3 days, but it's gotten progressively easier over time and I've started enjoying the activity as an opportunity of escaping screens for the real world every day. Been trying to eat better as well, no strict diet, just using common sense to choose healthy over unhealthy.