How to use Docker as your Python Virtual Environment? — Learning at Lambert Labs #5
Welcome to another Learning at Lambert Labs session. Each week we release videos, presented by our developers, giving quick lectures on a chosen topic in technology.
This week’s presenter is Guy King and his presentation takes us through a simple demo of how to use a Docker container as your Python virtual environment in your project.
In Today’s Learning Session:
- What’s wrong with existing Python virtual environment setups?
- Pros of using Docker.
- Cons of using Docker.
- Example repo with Docker virtual environment.
- Customisation and hot loading.
- Add a user inside running Docker container.
- Q&A from our developers.
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