Docker Tutorial for Beginners


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0:00:00 Introduction
0:00:57 Prerequisites
0:01:40 How to Take This Course
0:02:26 Getting Started with Docker
0:03:10 What is Docker?
0:06:25 Virtual Machines vs Containers
0:09:39 Docker Architecture
0:11:54 Installing Docker
0:15:29 Development Workflow
0:17:45 Docker in Action
0:27:54 The Linux Command Line
0:28:47 Linux Distributions
0:29:49 Running Linux
0:35:01 Managing Packages
0:38:35 Linux File System
0:40:33 Navigating the File System
0:44:53 Manipulating Files and Directories
0:48:20 Editing and Viewing Files
0:52:15 Redirection

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Docker is the de facto standard for building, shipping and running applications in a consistent manner. That’s why most companies use it and are looking for developers with Docker skills. If you’re looking for a career in software or DevOps engineering, you must have Docker on your resume. And not only that, you should know it well and be able to use it to effectively package and deploy your applications.


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  1. hey i install docker then run mkdir and enter the directory but I am not able to run code. command could you please help me how to run ds command I am facing this error
    code : The term 'code' is not recognized as the name of a

    cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program. Check

    the spelling of the name, or if a path was included,

    verify that the path is correct and try again.

    At line:1 char:1

    + code .

    + ~~~~

    + CategoryInfo : ObjectNotFound: (code:String

    ) [], CommandNotFoundException

    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : CommandNotFoundException