In the First there was Linux post I explained how to get going with a Linux system on a Windows laptop. Where this would be a difficult task many years ago, it’s a breeze nowadays with Windows Subsystem for Linux.
Running a Linux system only doesn’t add much value to my way of working. I need applications. But this whole journey started with messing up a Windows laptop with all sorts of applications, frameworks and add-ons to just try something. I don’t want to do the same thing on a Linux system.
The solution: containerization; and that doesn’t read: Docker. Let’s dive into it.Read full article