I fucking hate Docker and the generation of shitty "engineers" that were raised on it. Docker's answer to "it works on my machine" is to ship the fucking dev's machine straight into prod. It's the most reprehensible, garbage idea to come out of the already fucked "devops" culture. Then they put _thousands_ of knobs on it so that everyone can break it in their own special way, revealing their "infrastructure" for the pile of popsickle sticks and glue it was always made out of. They spend the weekend fixing it and the CEO thinks their engineering team is working really hard while the ashes of their burning VC money gently settle in a small pile at their feet. Docker is the opposite of engineering.
and when you run into that everyone just throws their hands into the air and says "welp, you're fucked", because nobody who grew up on docker knows how to actually deal with real world portability issues
@sir some of my coworkers are trying their hardest to shove docker into embedded devices and their build systems, for reasons unbeknownst to mankind
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