The second is consistently delivering projects on-time with quality. If a project is behind schedule or the website is experiencing issues or an engineer is disheartened, I will refocus energy from other efforts (hiring, planning, etc.) to figure out how to get obstacles out of the way to get everything back on track.
In development, we usually mount the current working directory into a container so that changes can be made to the source code and will be immediately reflected in the running application. In production however we’ll copy our source files directly into images so that they can be run independent of the host (ie: on a server somewhere).