All the noise is happening because companies are adopting Docker at a remarkable rate. At OSCon in July 2014, I ran into numerous businesses that were already moving their server applications from virtual machines (VM) to containers. Indeed, James Turnbull, Docker's VP of services and support, told me at the conference that three of the largest banks that had been using Docker in beta were moving it into production. That's a heck of a confident move for any technology, but it's almost unheard of in the safety-first financial world.
A: It's totally up to you. What makes the most sense in your life? I personally like to have one central vision board that I look at every day in my home office, and I have a few small ones that I've made at retreats that I keep around too. Each area of our lives affect each other, so starting with one central vision board usually makes sense. Theme boards that center on specific events or areas of your life are great too, for instance a wedding-day-specific will help you focus on how you want to feel on your big day, or a career specific board at your desk space can help you work towards that promotion.
Their common thread? They did not allow nicotine back into their bloodstream. Quitting is all or nothing. It's called the Law of Addiction . Nicotine dependence is real drug addiction. It's as permanent as alcoholism. The wanting and urges you feel for more nicotine flow from the same brain dopamine pathways as the wanting felt by the alcoholic, and the heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine addict. As suggested by the Law , there is only one rule to successful quitting. It's that one equals all, that we cannot cheat the design of dopamine pathways already compromised by nicotine. For us, one puff will always be too many, while thousands never enough.