docker-on-windows - Code samples for the book "Docker on Windows", published by Packt.

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This is all the source code for the samples in my book Docker on Windows, published by Packt. Every Dockerfile is also available on Docker Hub at the dockeronwindows organization.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Docker-Windows-Elton-Stoneman-ebook/dp/B0711Y4J9K
https://github.com/sixeyed/docker-on-windows

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