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Learn how to deploy a Go web application with Docker, and how Docker can help improve your development workflow and deployment process.
Get familiar with Gin and find out how it can help you reduce boilerplate code and build a request handling pipeline.
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Find out how to implement a CI/CD pipeline for a microservice running in Docker with Semaphore and DigitalOcean Kubernetes.
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Learn how to leverage Docker’s advantages to easily develop and deploy a PHP application to Heroku, using Semaphore for continuous deployment.
Get an understanding of how to dockerize your Django application, using the Gunicorn web server, capable of serving thousands of requests in a minute.
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