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  1. In a few weeks, August 17-20, lots of us at Docker in Europe were looking forward to hopping on the train down to Amsterdam for KubeCon CloudNativeCon Europe. But like every other event since March, this one is virtual so we will all be at home joining remotely. Most of the sessions are pre recorded […]

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  2. Here at Docker, we have a deep love for developers and with more and more of the community working remotely, we thought it would be a great time to start live streaming and connecting with the community virtually.  To that end, Chad Metcalf (@metcalfc) and I (@pmckee) have started to live stream every Wednesday at […]

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  3. In part I of this series, we took a look at creating Docker images and running Containers for Node.js applications. We also took a look at setting up a database in a container and how volumes and network play a part in setting up your local development environment. In this article we’ll take a look […]

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  4. Developers have always been an integral part of business innovation and transformation. With the massive increase in Docker usage, we can see the continued rising importance of developers as they create the next generation of cloud native applications.  You may recall in February we introduced the Docker Index, which gives a snapshot and analysis of […]

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  5. This is the last part in the series of blog posts showing how to set up and optimize a containerized Python development environment. The first part covered how to containerize a Python service and the best development practices for it. The second part showed how to easily set up different components that our Python application […]

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  6. Following the previous article where we saw how to build multi arch images using GitHub Actions, we will now show how to do the same thing using another CI. In this article, we’ll show how to use GitLab CI, which is part of the GitLab. To start building your image with GitLab CI, you will […]

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  7. This is the second part of the blog post series on how to containerize our Python development. In part 1, we have already shown how to containerize a Python service and the best practices for it. In this part, we discuss how to set up and wire other components to a containerized Python service. We […]

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  8. Does Docker run on Windows? Yes. Docker is available for Windows, MacOS and Linux. Here are the download links: Docker Desktop for Windows Docker Desktop for Mac Linux What is the difference between Virtual Machines (VM) and Containers? This is a great question and I get this one a lot. The simplest way I can […]

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  9. Last week we announced Docker and AWS created an integrated and frictionless experience for developers to leverage Docker Compose, Docker Desktop, and Docker Hub to deploy their apps on Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) and Amazon ECS on AWS Fargate. On the heels of that announcement, we continue the latest series of blog articles […]

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  10. Developing Python projects in local environments can get pretty challenging if more than one project is being developed at the same time. Bootstrapping a project may take time as we need to manage versions, set up dependencies and configurations for it. Before, we used to install all project requirements directly in our local environment and […]

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