From Docker running on small IoT hardware devices (Raspberry Pi) to the biggest iron (IBM mainframes) to live migrating a Quake container around the world or running unikernels in Docker, DockerCon closing keynotes, also known as Moby’s Cool Hacks, aim to give everyone a sneak peak into what’s next for the Docker community.
In case you missed it, check out the videos below from the previous DockerCons to see the cool hacks and demos that stood out of the Docker team and Community.
- Docker on the Raspberry Pi by Dieter Reuter
- Docker on the mainframe by Steve Vander Wiel
- Docker live migration by Arnaud Porterie & Michael Crosby
- Docker Global Hack Day #3 Winner: Container Migration Tool by Jonathan Leibiusky and Marcos Lilljedahl
- Running Unikernels with Docker by Justin Cormack and Anil Madhavapeddy
- Dockercraft by Adrien Duermael and Gaetan de Villele
As you can see, closing keynote cool hacks from the community is an important DockerCon tradition that we intend to preserve at DockerCon 2016. What better way to end a conference than turning the spotlight onto awesome community members, and showcase your cool demos, hacks and use cases that bend the imagination and push innovation in the Docker ecosystem.
Let us know what Docker project you’ve been working on lately and fill out this form to submit your cool hack!
The winner(s) of the DockerCon Cool Hack Challenge will receive a free ticket to DockerCon 2016, flight to Seattle and hotel accommodations. Up to two teams will be accepted, maximum 2 members per team.
Deadline to submit is Tuesday May 31st 6PM PST, and the winner will be announced early June.
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