Docker Talks Live Stream Monthly Recap

Peter McKee

Aug 28 2020

It’s time for a round up of Docker Talks, this time from the month of August. As you may remember, Chad Metcalf (@metcalfc) and I (@pmckee) started the weekly live-streaming video series to connect with you, our extended family of developers, and to help you succeed in your Docker journey.

In August, we held four sessions covering how to set up your local development environment with Node.js, Visual Studio remote debugging extension, the Awesome Compose project and common questions people have when starting with Docker. Below, I’ve put together the list of live streams for the month for your viewing and learning pleasure.

We live stream on our YouTube channel every Wednesday at 10 a.m. Pacific Time. You’ll find all of the past streams there and you can subscribe to get notifications. See you on the next live stream.

Docker Talks Live! Setting up your local development environment with Node.js
Chad and I explore how to set up your local development environment with Node.js and debugging inside of containers. (Streamed live Aug. 5)

Docker Live! Debugging Node.js with VSCode Docker Extension
I talk about Visual Studio remote debugging extension, do some light debugging of Node.js, inspect some containers and more. (Streamed live Aug. 12)

Docker Live! Awesome Compose and ECS
Chad dives into the Awesome Compose project, a repository containing a curated list of Compose application samples, and ECS, which lets users complete the journey from a local Docker Compose application to AWS. (Streamed live Aug. 19)

Docker Live! Getting Started Q&A.
Chad and I go over Docker basics and common questions people have when starting with Docker. What’s an image? What’s a container? Can you use Docker on Windows? And so on. (Streamed live Aug. 26)