This is the first episode of “Navigating Docker With Captains” - an exclusive series of conversations with Docker Captains.
In this episode, I Pradumna Saraf sit down with Francesco Ciulla - Docker Captain and Dev Advocate at Daily.dev.
Giving Back to the Docker Community
The “Navigating Docker With Captains” series is part of an ongoing effort to create fun, valuable, dev-focused content to celebrate the launch of the Livecycle Docker Extension.
The Livecycle Docker Extension enables developers to instantly and securely share local development environments and get feedback much earlier in the development workflow, without the hassle of staging environments or CI builds. It’s one of several tools from Livecycle that enables developers and their teams to quickly and easily share work and get actionable feedback at any point in the SDLC and Git workflow.
And with built in collaboration tools, you get you the feedback you need in its full context so you and your team can address issues and move on.
We invite you to check out the Livecycle Docker Extension and see what it can do for you and your team!
In this Episode
In this episode, we chat with Francesco Ciulla who is a Docker Captain and Dev Advocate at Daily.dev.
We dive into how and when Francesco started with Docker and became a part of its community. We touched upon his journey to becoming a Docker Captain. Francesco shared the often overlooked features and benefits of Docker and talked about the major setbacks he faced in his developer career and the takeaways from those experiences.
He also spoke about the essential elements of establishing engineering culture. On top of that, Francesco shared some new projects he is working on. There were many more topics we went through.
Check out the complete interview on YouTube below: