October 1st was not only the date of our Docker Hack Day #7 but also the first Online 101 Session broadcasted through google hangout on air. Below you will find a few comments, photos and videos of these two events.
Online 101 Session:
Nick Stinemates (picture here below) gave an introduction to what Docker is all about and how you can use Docker for Multi-Cloud Deployment.
Over the next few months, we will be having more online sessions to make Docker accessible to our growing community overseas.
Here is the full video of the Online 101 Session
Docker Hack Day #7:
First and foremost we want to thank all attendees for their active participation and engagement in the docker community. Nothing would be possible without the participants’ eagerness to hack on all kind of Docker-related projects.
After a 101 session and a more advanced Q&A sitting, participants were invited to split into small groups to hack on projects using Docker. From 6pm to 8pm, participants were given the opportunity to present what they had worked on over the past few days or hours.
The number and quality of new projects that were introduced have really made this Docker Hack Day #7 special because it shows to what extent participants are investing in Docker in the long run. You will find here below the videos of the presentations given by a few leaders of the Docker community.
David Strauss on Socket Activation Support and Docker
Michael Crosby on the new links feature included in the upcoming release (docker 0.7)
Micha Hernandez talks about the Docker beta support on Wercker
Kyle Conroy introduces StackMachine
Solomon Hykes on Docker-in-Docker
Here is a quick presentation on how to run Docker containers inside your browser:
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You can watch all the pictures of our past events on our flickr photostream
Interested in attending one of the next Docker meetups? Take a look at our upcoming events