A little while ago, I wrote two parts in a multi-part series about using Docker. As someone who’s reasonably new to Docker — <strong>and</strong> been bitten by the Docker bug — I wanted to share what I’d learned, in the hopes that others may benefit.
If you’re using docker-compose to build a Docker container setup and something&rsquo;s not working, here&rsquo;s a basic process you can follow to find out what happened, and get your containers up and running properly.
As developers, we can believe errors are negative reflections on our applications. But are they really so? In today&rsquo;s post, I show you how they&rsquo;re anything but negative, they&rsquo;re actually very very positive, when interpreted correctly.