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    What happened to the good old days of writing a shell script to redeploy the website? I use a static site generator, but I just have a script “redeploy.sh” that rebuilds the site and rsyncs it to the server.

    Why does docker become part of a static site setup?

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      Because just using a shell script isn’t what they teach you in Overengineering 101 at the University of Silicon Valley. They’re about tech transfer and new jobs continuing in that area with the kind of talent and thinking they’ve come to expect. It’s like you just want all the VC’s who they tipped off about a Docker-powered future to not see the returns they deserve.

      You’re just not going to get funding thinking like that. The ex-founders of Docker alternatives at the local Starbucks might not even serve you coffee if they read that on their breaks.