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Docker - clean up dangling volumes

Was fiddling a lot a few days ago with many different Docker containers and mounted volumes. Afterwards I found lots of dangling volumes. I got curious on how to clean this mess up and found a solution that worked for me (use at own risk). docker volume rm $(docker volume ls -q --filter=[dangling=true]) You could of course run the inner…

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NUnit call chain and sample usage

Been using xUnit for a long time now, and thought it was about time to revisit NUnit again, now that it is out in v3.0. Taking a step “back”. Back to the possibility of being able to use attributes for setup and teardown again. Being able to easily have assembly initialization. And do you know what? I LIKE IT! I like having simple attribu…

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