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Are you using Docker for development, because … it’s the future? And sometimes wish you had your boring, but nicely working development environment back? Containers certainly are the future, now let’s identify and sort out all those little problems which keep you from using it today effectively.
When Docker hit the scene, many developers (including me) started using containers as a lightweight alternative to virtual machines. It was promising to use Docker as a local environment for development which would closely match the software running on the production servers. But the cake was a lie, all sorts of practical issues spoiled the fun.
In this session I’ll share what I learned throughout the last four years of using Docker as a development (and production) environment and how you can create your own set-up taking full advantage of the benefits containers provide. See an example for a fully working solution tailored to Neos and Flow and learn how it works internally