Docker & VS Code MasterClass
What you'll learn
- Learn from a Docker Captain and DevOps Engineer
- Improve your Docker workflow
- Bootstrap new Docker Project
- Unlock hidden features
- Understand VS Code Docker Extension
- Become a Docker Power User
- No prerequisite knowledge is required to take this course.
- Docker for Desktop should be installed
Learn how to improve your Visual Studio Code Workflows, Unlock Features, Save Time, and become a Docker Power User.
This course will teach you the skills you need to use VS Code and the Docker extension. It is based upon direct collaboration between Microsoft and Docker to provide excellent knowledge about VS Code and Docker alike.
VS Code is the world's most popular development tool according to a recent Stack Overflow survey. Combing VS Code with Docker unleashes new workflows, reduces context switching, and enables you to become a Docker Power User at the same time.
The Instructor Brian Christner is a Docker Captain, Open Source Contributor, and DevOps engineer with real-world experience.
Some of the benefits you will take away from the course:
Unlock VS Code Shortcuts
Improve your Docker & VS Code workflows
Reduce context switching when developing with Docker & VS Code
Bootstrap new Docker projects without writing a single line of code
Learn to Debug your Docker projects
Enable Remote Development to initialize VS Code inside containers
Become a Docker Power User!!
Who this course is for:
- Developers, Operations, or anyone interested to unlock Docker Power User mode
- Individuals looking to improve their Docker Workflow
- Docker Users
- VS Code Users
- Anyone wanting to learn DevOps
Brian Christner hails from Arizona but now resides in the Alps of Switzerland. Brian's spent a large portion of his career in the casino industry where he made sure the house always won. Brian is a nominated member of the Docker Captain’s program and a seasoned cloud architect. He is also a cloud subject matter expert in the topics of Docker, Cloud Native, DevOps, CI/CD, Infrastructure as Code, and of course container monitoring. Brian is passionate about advocating for cloud and containers. When Brian is not busy trying to containerize everything he can be found riding his mountain bike or skiing in the Swiss Alps.
Courses with this co-author signify that the primary author is a verified Docker Captain with Docker Inc.
Docker Captain is a distinction that Docker awards select members of the community that are both experts in their field and are passionate about sharing their Docker knowledge with others. Captains are Docker ambassadors (not employees) and their commitment to sharing their expertise has a huge impact on the Docker community – whether they are blogging, writing books, speaking, running workshops, creating tutorials and classes, offering support in forums, or organizing and contributing to local events – they help make Docker’s mission of democratizing technology possible.