Nearly a year ago, Casey Stegman and I wrote a short blog on how we had (big) plans to “change up our marketing approach”… and how it might involve comic books. We also shared our new marketing mantra: Listen. Learn. Build. Well, I have some great news. We listened, we learned, we built—and today I’d like to share
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Balancing size and features is a universal challenge when building software. So, it’s unsurprising that this holds true when building container images. If you don’t include enough packages in your base image, you end up with images which are difficult to troubleshoot, missing something you need, or just cause different development teams to add the exact same package to layered images (causing duplication). If you build it too big, people complain because it takes too long to download – especially for quick and dirty projects or demos. This is where Buildah comes in.
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