In this post I will describe how to create and use the powerful Tonido file server inside a docker container. The reasons for using Docker are many and well documented, and I think Tonido represents a fantastic example of the oft-described use-case of compartmentalizing software due to dependencies. Continue reading “Running a Tonido Server inside Docker”
Using Docker to Learn Programming
Basic Use Case
Docker is a fantastic tool for use when learning any programming language. The ability to have a virtual, independent environment that can be manipulated a near infinite variety of ways is indispensable as you progress through learning a new language, especially if you are working on different versions. A Docker image can provide a clean environment on each use or be extended with volumes. It is easy to setup multiple environments using a minimum of space especially if you take the time to really plan, since Docker uses a system of layers when making images you can build up from a vanilla install to multiple package configurations without a separate virtual machine install for each case.
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