July 2022: The first week

July 2022: The first week
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Hello everyone! ๐Ÿ‘‹

(Someone noted to me that my last issue went to spam. Unfortunately, I cannot control that part, but if this keeps happening, I will try to use my newsletter solution for the coolLabs newsletter.)

Itโ€™s been more than three weeks since I started my journey and this newsletter. Wow! Time flies, right?

Since the last issue (18 days ago), again, lots of things happened.

Letโ€™s see what exactly.


  • Released 4 new version, with a few smaller features.
  • Worked hard on a tremendous feature, that will allow users to integrate infinite number of servers into one single Coolify instance. ๐Ÿคฏ Itโ€™s called Remote Docker Engine. It will open up a lot of new use-cases.

Whatโ€™s next?

  1. I planned to release that new feature this week, but I realized (with the help of my community) that I should not. (That means I can add more improvements and features. ๐Ÿ˜…)
  2. Will start greatly improving the documentation, contribution guides and all other non-development things for Coolify. This is an important topic that I unfortunately do not like to do all the time, but I understand itโ€™s importance.

I probably could change that, if I do it live on Twitch? ๐Ÿค” We can talk about other stuff, while I write the documentation.


Iโ€™ve been busy working on webstudio.is. The idea of what Oleg (founder) imagined is pretty neat, I cannot wait to show every features that we are working on.

Whatโ€™s next?

Other than working on webstudio, I plan to make my first portfolio page. I never had one, so it will be fun to do make it! Why? I would like to try freelancing for others as well with a few hours / week and I think a good portfolio page is a strict requirement.

Small bets

This topic was on hold in the past weeks, but I plan to take a huge step and:

  • Start live-streaming on Twitch in August.
  • Make a real (longer than 6 seconds ๐Ÿ˜‚) Youtube video.

Other than these two, I would like to start writing my first e-book. It will be a complete book about Docker.

I know what you think. There are plenty of other e-books out there with a similar topic, then why? The answer is simple.

If you learn something new, you probably read about it in several places, right? Because each place has been written by a different person, with different tone, different words and you are searching for the one, that you most like and understand.

So what if there are a few people out there who likes mine? ๐Ÿ™‚

Thanks for taking some time to read about me and my journey!

Have a nice day!