Some time ago I prepared an introductory seminar on Docker, which I called "Docker from scratch".
The audience was a local group of heterogeneous developers.
As it typically happens, preparing that material was a great opportunity to understand better some of the aspects.
I then published the slides in Slideshare. I notice now that they got a decent number of views and downloads, so I'm linking those slides here as well for reference.
One big change in respect to 2016 is represented by the choice of abandoning Docker Toolbox in favour of running Docker directly on macOS. I have to say I liked the sandboxing that came with Docker Toolbox, where the docker engine ran inside VirtualBox, now only available for older versions.
Monday, 19 November 2018
Docker from scratch
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