Well, this is really cool to see! I had a fellow scripter drop into the Discord channel asking some questions about one of my videos. Windows restore points with Powershell - super exciting content. I wasn’t very helpful, but they did show me what they were working on. Some really cool Powershell scripts for windows 10 to remove apps and services.
I’m really happy I was able to stop laughing long enough to upload this. Check out the new hit sing along song YAML Ain’t Markup Language.
If you’re familiar with docker then you’ve probably used DockerHub. Dockerhub is AWESOME. I absolutely love (most of) it and what it does. DockerHub is simply a docker container registry. It’s a place where you can store, pull, and share docker containers.
It’s not the only container registry. Google has their own container registry where you can upload your images. Microsoft and Amazon also have docker container registries. All of that is great, but what if you want to host your won docker images in a private registry. Those registries I mentioned have support for private accounts, but I’m going to reveal how you can host your own private container registry that you control.
Well, 63 days if we’re going by the latest commit in the repo. But that’s close enough! Do you have any side projects? I have tons of them. I have side projects that are waiting on side-side projects for the side project that will (fingers crossed) make them even more awesome (when they’re finished (if ever)). Do you have any side projects that make money? Ah, now THAT is a much rarer sighting. I’ve personally never had a side project that was capable of generating money on its own.
I suppose the Youtube channel does, but it’s nothing to write home about. Every once in a while we’re sitting at our desk thinking we could be doing something better with our time, and changing the world with code! And I’ve had that moment many times myself. I have an idea. I get started on it. It turns out to be way harder than I thought. It doesn’t just happen to individuals. It happens to companies as well.
I made the MrPowerScripts YouTube channel on Jan 5, 2012. Very close to seven years old! How wild is that? After making over one hundred videos my channel has 373,803+ views. It feels really great knowing I’ve helped so many people save time by scripting, programming, and developing. I’ve had so much fun with it, and I want to see it continue to grow. And this is always the challenge with growing up, right? I’m finding I have less to spend on hours and hours cutting up video. Doing in-depth research about a subject so I don’t get called out for being inaccurate in the comments. Reviewing, making the thumbnails, doing conversions and more reviews after reviews after reviews.
I’m exhausted just thinking about all of it. I started blogging and it’s great. I love writing, and this has given me an opportunity to write more and share thoughts in a different way. But videos have always been my thing.