What I Learned by Early Adopting Docker
The year is 2015, I started working as software engineer in this new team that was focused on delivering new experiences with top notch technology. This was also an year when microservices began to be a thing, and, with that, Docker being the de facto containerization tool. At this time, Docker was on release 1.6 or 1.7, and few people were using it to deploy applications. Lots of those were POCs, and most of the blog posts included some “strange” things (not the Netflix title) there, like the fig command (which became docker-compose), and lots of lines in yml code.