Your Docker tutor
I’m Craig Buckler, a freelance UK web developer and technical author.
I’ve worked on the web for more than twenty years creating successful projects for organisations of all sizes.
You may have encountered some of my other books, courses, and training materials:
- more than 1,200 articles and tutorials for SitePoint.com
- conference talks including “A First Look at Deno” (2020), “Is PDF Your Best Option?” (2019), “A-Game With A-Frame” (virtual and augmented reality 2017), “Progressive Web Apps” (2016), “Passwordless Authentication” (2015)
You can find out more about me at:
- craigbuckler.com – personal site
- OptimalWorks.net – business site
- @craigbuckler on Twitter
Why did I create a Docker course? #
When I first encountered Docker, it seemed like an unnecessary and somewhat daunting hurdle. I had plenty of experience running VMs and configuring software dependencies – surely I didn’t need it?
The documentation is comprehensive but Docker has a steep learning curve.
Other Docker courses and tutorials can be frustrating. They often:
pad content and take too long to get to the point
presume the reader fully understands all Docker jargon
fail to explain or over-explain esoteric points, and
rarely advise how to use Docker during development.
When I started, I presumed Docker couldn’t handle dynamic application restarts or debugging. Tutorials often claimed every code change required a slow and cumbersome application rebuild.
I gave up.
I was eventually shown the light by another developer (thanks Glynne!) I dived deep into Docker and I realised what I’d been missing.
“Docker for Web Developers” is the course I wanted when I started using Docker
The course concisely explains the benefits of Docker then jumps straight in with real-world examples and development projects using a variety of technologies. You’ll be running Docker in minutes and will learn the core concepts quickly.
Buy the “Docker for Web Developers” course today…
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