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Supercharge your development environment using Docker

The idea of this talk is to convey how important it is that we have our development environment as close to production as possible.

These days applications are getting more and more complex. It's becoming quite difficult to keep track of all the different components an application needs to function (a database, an AMQP, a web server, a document store...). It keeps getting harder and harder to setup new development environments and to bring new developers into the team. Stuff works on one dev machine but doesn't on others? Code breaks often when deployed to production even though all tests were passing and it worked on the dev machine?

In this talk I am going to show how to utilize light weight lxc containers using docker, and make your development process much more straightforward. How to share container images among your development team and be sure that everyone is running the exact same stack. Do all this without hogging too many resources, without the need for complex provisioning scripts and management systems. And above all else, how to do it fast!


Deni Bertović

Deni Bertović

Deni is a Software Engineer from Zagreb/Croatia, currently focusing mainly on Python, but enjoys learning about Clojure, Haskell and FP languages in general. Deni likes to do Sysadmin stuff with special interest in virtualization, continuous deployment and automating everything he can. When he's not hacking on open source, he spends most of his time happily coding away at

Interested in continuous #deployment, #debian, #django, #docker, #functional programming, #haskell, #lxc, #python, #testing, #virtualization, #web.

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