Time for another work from home related post!
We all love Docker! - it makes our lives easier, and it lets us package up just what we need into finite packages for reproduction, testing, distribution or pretty much anything else we can think of. But it definitely isn’t light on system resources. Reserving 2GB of RAM by default (at least on MacOS) and potentially using a lot of CPU power to keep all the applications we need running in the background.
Welcome to Devin’s working from home tips!
This article is based on what I have found works for me when working from home, things I try to focus on, day to day and things that help me be as productive as possible. So settle down, get a coffee (if you have any left) and enjoy!
Find a working space that makes sense for you. That space and the way it’s set up might change on a day to day, and that’s alright.