Step by step, self-teaching material provided in 20 pages.
A course that will convert you from Docker newbie into a confident Docker user.
You'll need a fresh mind and a two hours. After that you'll wont be afraid to execute Docker commands in front of your colleagues.
This is one of those learning materials where you have to spin up your terminal and start typing from the beginning till the end.
No print screen images used to fill the pages. Just pure commands, explanation and narrative tone to guide you through the scenarios.
Who is it for?
If you are already working with docker on regular basis, then you probably won’t learn anything new. But you may learn a thing or two if you:
• are new into Docker,
• played with Docker a long time ago and want to refresh your memories
• often copy/paste docker commands and you have no idea what they do
I’ve written this course having in mind people who want to learn new things, especially for those who are at the beginning of their career. I know how it was for me at the beginning when you are referenced to the official documentation and the documentation doesn’t make sense to you at all. Bear in mind, this course helped other people who already have some experience. They liked the approach.
I'm also a "slow learner", and probably there are lot of us out there. If you rather want to be pointed to some working examples instead to bunch of documentation links (here, go figure by yourself), then this is the right place. Check out some page previews in the gallery above.
Main takeaways after finishing the course
- become confident executing docker commands in front of your colleagues
- truly understand 90% of every day commands that you see in your project (not just copy paste them)
- have a general impression what you can achieve with docker
- learn how you can ship your app/project to another docker user so they can start it on their own machine and see what you've built
- learn how to save time with docker layers caching
Table of Contents
-- Who is it for?
-- How much time it takes?
-- How to consume this material?
First Scenario - PostgreSQL on your next project
-- Connect to containers
-- Publishing (revealing) container port to the host
Second Scenario - Static website with NGINX
-- Content lifespan within a container
Third Scenario - Ship your content with your image
-- Build your (first) Dockerfile
-- Docker image layers
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