Suppose you’re on a game show, and you’re given the choice of three doors: Behind one door is a car; behind the others, goats. You pick a door, say No. 1, and the host, who knows what’s behind the doors, opens another door, say No. 3, which has a goat. He then says to you, “Do you want to pick door No. 2?” Is it to your advantage to switch your choice?
They are very similar, but if you are upgrading from docker compose to docker stack, you may need to modify your existing docker compose yaml file. From what I noticed, here are the obvious pain points
No build. If you have build and args, you will need to do that outside of the yaml file. Docker stack expects to see image.
No container_name. If you have other services (e.g. nginx) that depend on container_name, you will need to use some workarounds.
Since there are too many sample docker compose yaml files out there, chances are that you will need to modify them if you want to stick with docker stack. I spent too much time playing with nginx, caddy, and traefik, all had some unexpected weird issues with docker stack. The moment I switched back to docker compose, all issues are gone. I will stick with docker compose for now.
1. Nucleic acid amplification tests (molecular tests)
– also known as genetic, RNA or PCR tests.
2. Antibody tests – also known as serology tests.
3. Antigen test
Diagnostic or PCR test. This is the one with the long stick getting mucus from your nose. Even though it takes a few days for the virus to replicate in the nose, this method is so far the most reliable one.
Antibody test. This is a blood test to look for antibodies to the virus. Since it takes time (at least 4 days) for your body to generate antibodies, and without FDA authorization, the result may not mean much.
Antigen test. This method tries to detect proteins from the virus in nose. It is a quick screening test for just a few minutes, but accuracy is still to be determined.
The number of Americans who applied for unemployment benefits last week rocketed to a record 3.28 million
Why is the market still going up? Don’t fool me. People don’t have jobs, government is printing money, where are we going? This is probably just the first wave of unemployment numbers, wait until the next wave.
Would social distancing work? The available hospital beds line is way down there. I kinda understand now why China built new hospitals in 7 days and locked down cities. It was really to minimize casualties. Social distancing could only delay the spike. I wonder if we spent the trillion dollars to pay everyone to stay home instead, would that be a better alternative.