It has been a fun two weeks since we launched the #DockerVideo contest. Thank you for all the submissions, likes and retweets but most importantly, thanks for being part of the Docker for Mac and Windows beta.
Without further ado, here are the winners of our DockerCon tickets! Thanks to Tom and Mike who submitted great videos that were also very popular amongst the social media community. We are looking forward to seeing you at DockerCon 2016.
— Tom Verelst (@tomverelst) June 3, 2016
— Mike Roth (@DevsClimbRock) May 20, 2016
The contest may be over but the fun doesn’t have to be. Submit your video with the hashtag #DockerVideo to display in the feed. These videos will be displayed at DockerCon.
If you have not tried Docker for Mac or Windows, sign up for the beta here. This is the fastest and easiest way to set up your local development environment and use Docker on Mac or Windows machines. With integrations into the OS specific virtualization and tooling, Docker for Mac and Windows provides a native app experience for Docker plus much more.
Check out these additional resources:
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- View all #DockerVideo submissions
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