Code Voyagers Podcast Episode 2: Docker and Design PatternsPosted on by Richard Davidson
Episode 2 of the Code Voyagers podcast is now available! In this episode we chat about Docker and how using containers changes your approach to writing services.
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In this episode, we mostly talk about docker and design patterns when using containers.
For Docker, the best place to learn more is https://www.docker.com which has some great documentation and tutorials.
You can volunteer for the “8 hours overtime for a good cause” on the 18th at http://edinburgh.8-i.co.uk. Sign up for this is open until the 13th, but if you miss the deadline, contact us and we will try and help out.
Dave mentioned the Design It, Build It conference in Edinburgh on the 17th / 18th, you can find more details on this at http://dibiconference.com
The book on leadership techniques was ‘Turn the Ship Around‘.
And Pim mentioned ‘Without You There is No Us‘.
More details on Microsoft’s SQL Server announcement can be found on their blog.
And finally, we opened talking about where our multi-national accents originated from. Pims originates from Utrecht in Holland, while Dave hails from East London, South Africa, and I’m from Fraserburgh which is in the North East of Scotland.
The music used throughout the podcast is
“Bit Quest” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
And is licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0