“It works on my machine”, it’s not just a meme. It’s a real phrase developers find themselves saying if they work in a codebase where the environments vary. Enter containers. Containers enable software engineers to program in a consistent environment. In March 2013, Solomon Hykes and his cofounders popularized containerization and transformed how we do software development with an open source platform called Docker. Thanks to Docker, engineers can create tools, like GitHub Codespaces and GitPod, that enable us to code in a development container hosted in the cloud. However, these tools did more than improve the developer experience. They also helped to reduce barriers within the tech industry.
In this talk, we’ll explore the answers to a few questions:
Join Rizel as we dive into the world of containerization and learn how it can level the playing ground for developers of all backgrounds.