As this decade comes to a close, we are rounding up some of your favorite content from 2019. Catch up on anything you missed and get ready for a lot more to come in 2020!
Docker Captain Content
Brian Christner did an analysis of VMware, Docker, and Kubernetes Google Trends and the results just might surprise you. . . or maybe not.
John Lees Miller updated his 2016 Lessons from Building a Node App in Docker. Run through the updated tutorial to learn how to Dockerize your node.js apps by setting up the socket.io chat example with Docker, from scratch to production-ready.
Ajeet Singh Raina wrote nearly 30 blogs in 2019, and the most popular was 5 Minutes to Kubernetes Dashboard running on Docker Desktop for Windows 188.8.131.52. Find yourself five minutes before the end of the year to try this out yourself.
$ docker run -it lukaszlach/merry-christmas docker run --rm -t tomwillfixit/hohoho
Top Blog Posts from Docker’s Blog
Hands down the most popular blog of 2019 was Docker Engineer Tibor’s Vass’ Guide to Dockerfile Best Practices. And if video is more your style, check out his and Sebastiaan Van Stijin’s DockerCon talk on the same topic.
Docker developers love to tinker, so it was no surprise that Paulo Frazao’s Happy Pi Day tutorial, walking developers through how to install Docker Engine – Community (CE) 18.09 on Raspberry Pi made the top five this year. Learn more about how to build multi-arch apps with Elton Stoneman’s Online Meetup: Building Multi-Arch Apps with BuildX.
Holidays, cheat sheets, developer love and how to’s were a hit on Twitter this year:
Docker CEO Scott Johnston outlines his predictions on What 2020 Holds for Developers.
StackOverflow released its 2019 Developer Survey, and Docker ranked as the #1 most wanted, #2 most loved and #3 most used platform.
A glimpse into what Docker will be up to next year as Docker CEO Scott Johnston Foresees Developer Tool Advances in 2020 and Beyond.
Docker is listed first in this overview of the Best Open Source Innovations of the Decade!
Thanks for being a part of the Docker Community! We look forward to more great content in the year ahead.