As a father who’s ushered one child through their teen years, and with two more in the teens now, I know about problems. Problems with the WiFi not working, or the shoes that are two months old and now two sizes too small. Those are the easy ones, the harder ones come in with sleepovers with their significant others, the broken down car after curfew or the death of a classmate. In my
at-work life, I was explaining to my scrum master that I’d not been picking off any cards off our board in the past sprint because I’d spent all my time working on issues. He remarked that as a software engineer we’re not so much coders as we’re problem solvers. I guess I can’t escape problems either at work or at home.
Recently one of the folks that talks about Buildah, Podman, and other related container technologies at conferences sent me an email about a problem he was having with a demo script he was hoping to show.