Early Access PyCharm Podcast: Python and Docker
Docker has become an integral part of the developer ecosystem in the past few years. Most clouds now support the ability to how a dockerized application with ease. However, this was not always the case. There was a time when docker was in its infancy roughly about five years ago.
This is why, we talked to Michael Golubev, who is the creator of the Docker plugin for IntelliJ-based IDEs to gain an understanding of what the landscape was like at the time, and what drove him to create the plugin in the first place.
In this episode, we talk to Michel about a whole host of things from how he got into developing the plugin, and the milestones that docker transitioned through, and as a result the challenges that he faced and continues to face. Check it out!
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