Don Schenck

Director of Developer Experience at Red Hat

Polyglot with a focus on OpenShift. Speaker and author (books, blogs, cheat sheets). Microsoft MVP.

https://github.com/donschenck
Don Schenck

Articles by Don Schenck

How To

Build Your "Hello World" Container Using C#

After reading the previous blog post in this series, "Containers, kubernetes, microservices: Start here", you're now ready to build your first "Hello World" application and run it in a container. For this, we'll be using C#.

How To

Build Your "Hello World" Container Using Python

After reading the previous blog post in this series, "Containers, kubernetes, microservices: Start here", you're now ready to build your first "Hello World" application and run it in a container. For this, we'll be using Python.

How To

Build Your "Hello World" Container Using Java

Build Your "Hello World" Container Using Java

How To

Build Your "Hello World" Container Using Node.js

After reading the previous blog post in this series, "Containers, kubernetes, microservices: Start here", you're now ready to build your first "Hello World" application and run it in a container. For this, we'll be using Node.js.

How To

Build Your "Hello World" Container Using Ruby

After reading the previous blog post in this series, "Containers, kubernetes, microservices: Start here", you're now ready to build your first "Hello World" application and run it in a container. For this, we'll be using Ruby with Sinatra.

How To

Build Your "Hello World" Container Using Go

After reading the previous blog post in this series, "Containers, kubernetes, microservices: Start here", you're now ready to build your first "Hello World" application and run it in a container. For this, we'll be using Go.