Docker is an incredibly powerful development tool, but its use cases are vast and the documentation cumbersome. In this talk, Spiro will demystify docker by showing how you can mimic a distributed network of web servers, databases, and workers all on your local machine.
What People Will Learn:
-The concepts behind docker and its syntax
-The use cases of docker,
-Why would you want to use it in a development
-Why it’s helpful for production
-How to create a docker network on their local machine using their own web server (i.e. Rails), database (i.e. Postsgres), and any other servers they would need in a production environment
About the speaker:
Spiro Sideris is a software engineer by trade working primarily on web backends, data engineering pipelines, and machine learning distributed networks. He has worked in Vancouver, San Francisco, and is now travelling around the world writing code and teaching software and data engineering through Dataquest.
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