For the past two years I’ve scoured the official docker documentation when I needed to learn something. Their documentation is really good but there are areas that lack examples and a deep explanation of why something is the way it is. One of my goals for this year is to read one technical book / RFC a month so I decided to start off the year with James Turnbull’s The Docker Book. James starts with the basics and then extends this with a thorough description of images, testing with docker and orchestration. This is by far the best $10 I’ve spent on a book and I’m hoping to read his new Terraform book once I finish reading through my DNS RFC. Awesome job on the book James!