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Kurtis Rainbolt-Greene

Last time we talked about using docker-compose in the second part of our three part series. Now we have to show you how to move the (metaphorical) furniture so your team can define the perfect environment. docker-rsync Most developers want to mirror their source code to the guest container. They’d like to be able to edit and commit on the host while running and testing on the guest. There are three primary ways to do this and none of them are particularly pleasant. The COPY You may have noticed a

Last time we talked about using docker-machine in the first part of our three part series, but that only gets you to the house. Now we have to show you the (metaphorical) paintbrush and ladder so your team can define the perfect environment. docker-compose There are two ways to use Docker: An isolated ecosystem for your program sitting inside a container. A series of ecosystems that are interconnected, with a service per container. I think the future and mature way to use Docker is the latter. If like me you

On-boarding, the process of bringing a new worker into the fold, is often the hard part in starting at a company. Usually you are sat in front of a company computer and given a wiki link, GitHub repository, or maybe just an email with the steps for setting up your machine. If you’re lucky it’s been updated in the last year. We have the tools to do this better now and I want to explore them with you. The first time I remember an on-boarding experience as a developer was