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What I have learned about Docker in the past few days

In the past few days, I was only reading about Docker, trying to understand it more and more, see how can I use it and how can I implement it in my workflow, and yet still need a lot to learn.

In my learning journey I depends on reading articles (a lot of articles), checking Docker documentation, watching online courses or even youtube videos, and trust me not all of them is worth the time I spend because either they are old or does not cover the situation am trying to achieve in my head. And am not saying they are bad, but everyone knows that Docker release cycle is fast, and with each new version they introduce a big breaking features which will not work with the older versions, so if you dont follow up fast you will lose the track and thats also apply to any article you read, if its talking about version 1.11 mean while you are working with 1.12, you may get lucky and you find the solution for the issue you are facing.

Now enough with this long talk, which is debatable by the way, lets focus about what I have learned in the past few days and how I got what I want fast.

Basically I wanted to have a small API + Database images, based on Docker like this

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