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Aravind K. · Reviewed 13 days ago

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John F. · Reviewed 13 days ago

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a little more explanation of the task document

Claude W. · Reviewed 13 days ago

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Lawrence B. · Reviewed 13 days ago

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Jacob G. · Reviewed 13 days ago

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bland teacher us how to make our own container

Jimmy K. · Reviewed 13 days ago

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asneel s. · Reviewed 13 days ago

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Satisfying

Ilir H. · Reviewed 13 days ago

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I had a weird issue updating to a new version because I incorrectly failed to increment the number of tasks. I ended up having two different versions of the task running concurrently, and I never was able to match the number of expected tasks of each version to the actual number. To migrate to the correct version of the task, I had to increment the number of tasks from 4 to 5, but that requirement was not explained. I think the behavior is unnecessarily complicated because the two versions run on the same port. You end up with a port conflict when you transition from one version to the next, and that shows up in the logs. The tutorial simplifies something which is in reality more complex.

Eric G. · Reviewed 13 days ago

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Rafael F. · Reviewed 13 days ago

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Matt H. · Reviewed 13 days ago

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STEPHANE H. · Reviewed 13 days ago

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ad v. · Reviewed 13 days ago

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Satisfiled

Geraldine C. · Reviewed 13 days ago

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Elliott T. · Reviewed 14 days ago

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good!

Tony G. · Reviewed 14 days ago

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Brian S. · Reviewed 14 days ago

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basic, but provided a good understanding of how the ECS service works.

Daniel H. · Reviewed 14 days ago

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John S. · Reviewed 14 days ago

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auto-scaling had an error. It looked like it was a permissions-related issue.

Michael C. · Reviewed 14 days ago

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Peter S. · Reviewed 14 days ago

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Chris S. · Reviewed 14 days ago

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Leo Z. · Reviewed 14 days ago

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Jeanine A. · Reviewed 14 days ago

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Leo K. · Reviewed 14 days ago