dotnet with Docker on Linux

Microsoft gave us some great (sharp) languages and a great platform where to run them. Sure, we all love Windows, but there’s a few other popular OSs out there and their communities are doing amazing things themselves. Fortunately, a few years back MS decided to make me a happy camper and go even more into OSS and support those other platforms, as well (yay!). With this they’ve tapped into the larger sea of opportunities and technologies that they’ve had over there.

One of those things being, of course, docker containers. We’ll dive into these

  • Hint: I’m writing this on a web-app made by a company rhyming with -oogle and it’s going to be posted on a web site running
Outline
  • Why Linux (?)
  • Why dotnet (just kidding, but we’ll go over dotnet core)
  • Why docker? + Cover some basic docker concepts
  • Create images from scratch (Dockerfile)
  • All together now, wrap the dotnet application in a container
  • docker-compose: run the system locally (+database)
  • Add a container for running tests, (maybe?)
  • TBC

Requirements

  • Laptop
  • Visual Studio or Code or your preferred editor
Speakers
andrei-mustata

Andrei Mustata

Date & time 22/02, 14:00 - 18:00 Location FabLab, Room 4 Places Available 17
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