The weird case of the Visual Studio 2019 Dockerfile
I’ve been doing quite a lot with Docker and the different Azure Container Services offerings like Azure Container Instance and Azure Kubernetes Services.
As you probably know, the starting point of a containerized application is the Dockerfile. Look at this like an instruction script, which tells Docker what needs to happen, in order to grab the application source code, compile it and produce the container image.
Besides the complexity of running containers by itself, I personally think writing a Dockerfile is equally difficult and complex.