oci runtime error after upgrading Docker on Arch Linux

By Josh Sherman
3 min read
development
docker
arch linux

Sat down to knock out some blog posts recently and when I ran docker-compose up to get my blog up and running locally I was faced with a pretty aggressive error: % docker-compose up Starting joshtroniccom_blog_1 ... Starting joshtroniccom_blog_1 ... error ERROR: for joshtroniccom_blog_1 Cannot start service blog: oci runtime […]

Configuring Jest to show code coverage for all of your files

By Josh Sherman
3 min read
nodejs
jest

Jest is a great tool. It’s fast, actively maintained and has been working well for us with both our front-end and back-end systems. Simply put, Jest helps us make CrowdSync better and more stable. Out of the box though, code coverage is only shown for the files that you’ve written […]

Switching from tmux to GNU Screen

By Josh Sherman
1 min read
tmux
gnuscreen
command-line
productivity

I’m was a bit late to the terminal multiplexer game. I had used GNU Screen on servers here and there to be able to keep tabs on long running processes but it wasn’t until this past year that I decided to start using tmux full-time locally. Why tmux if I […]

Upgrade to Node.js 8.x on Ubuntu 17.10

By Josh Sherman
1 min read
development
javascript
nodejs
linux
ubuntu

Ubuntu 17.10, codenamed “Artful Aardvark” was released yesterday… … with Node.js v6.11.4 #sadtrombone It could be worse though, Debian 9.x (Stretch) still ships with Node v4… but I’ll save how to remedy that for another post ;) Now, I can’t imagine you came here to listen to me throw shade […]