Docker is a really great piece of technology. It saves you all the trouble needed to install and configure things like databases, servers, message brokers and all other complicated stuff that you may need for developments. But sometimes, it also gives you a headache.
In my last post, I have described one of my ideas for a project that I could try to develop for "Get Noticed!" competition. It is something that I would use personally on daily basis, so it really makes me want to do it. If you haven’t read about it, head to part 1 to check it out. But there is also another project that I have in mind, unfortunately, this one is not so well planned as the first one. Here’s what it is about.