Docker Meetup at Twilio (San Francisco)

Thursday November 14th Docker meetup in San Francisco was hosted by Twilio. With approximately 120 participants showing up this was probably one the biggest Docker meetup (so far). We would like to thanks Twilio for providing the space and all the attendees for their participation. Here below you can review the schedule, slides, photos and videos of the event. Sorry we had to cut Jérôme’s lightning talk about CPU/RAM allocation, he will certainly deliver it at the next meetup, so stay tuned!


Jérome Petazzoni: Introduction to Docker and all things containers



Guillaume J. Charmes: Docker internals




Daniel Mizyrycki: Dockerizing stashboard




Andrews Medina: Docker and Tsuru


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Chris Yang: Why domino uses Docker


Bhasher Kode: Introducing




If you want to see all the pictures from the event, they’re uploaded on our flickr photostream.

Are you Interested in attending a Docker meetup or workshop? Take a look at our upcoming events.

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One Response to “Docker Meetup at Twilio (San Francisco)”

  1. Senthil Nayagam

    my friends name is Bhasker Kode not Bhasher Kode. name is spelt wrong, could you please fix it


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