I use docker because I have multiple apps and I need to switch between them with ease, for example to build everything I need for my app for the first time I just need to run docker-compose build, even for apps that have elastic search, redis and more than just code and a database. It’s possible to do that without docker though, but with a lot more work and time. Also I’m learning about Kubernetes which requires a container engine.
Great post. I’m curious about how you have dockerized your vim, have you published that somewhere?
Hi, thanks for sharing. It's not me actually dockerized vim, but I can ask this to that guy, or try to bring him here ;)
No worries, I was just curious, but it would be great to see more docker blog posts here =)
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