DockerCon 2017 in Austin was amazing! We are still on a high from the energy and excitement that is created when 5,500 members of the Docker Community are in one place. Containers are everywhere, and the learning, inspiration and networking that those four days brings is unrivaled. We welcomed amazing speakers, made tons of meaningful connections and are already geared up to do it again for DockerCon Europe: October 16 – 19th in Copenhagen! Early Bird registration is now open, hurry up and get your ticket before they sell out.
In addition, today we opened the DockerCon Copenhagen Call for Papers. We hope that you were inspired by the Moby Project and LinuxKit announcements and are looking forward to your submissions on the following:
Has Docker technology made you better at what you do? Is Docker an integral part of your company’s tech stack? Do you use Docker to do big things?
By giving concrete, first-hand examples, tell us about your Docker usage, share your challenges and what you learned along the way, and inspire us on how to use Docker to accomplish real tasks. When attendees leave your session, they should understand how to apply your take-aways to their use case.
Share your code and demo heavy deep-dive sessions on what you have been able to transform with your use of the Docker stack. Entice your audience by going deeply technical and teach them how to do something they haven’t done.
Moby and Friends
Do you have a cool Moby use case? Are you using LinuxKit or Docker plumbing in your projects? Share the ways you are using Docker’s open source components to build technology that solves real problems.
Show us your cool hacks and wow us with the interesting ways you are using Moby or Docker plumbing in your projects. Or share the interesting ways you are pushing the boundaries of Docker. DockerCon Austin 2017’s cool hacks included: Play with Docker and FaaS.
The deadline for submissions is June 13th at 11:59 PST.
So, what happens next?
After a proposal is submitted, it will be reviewed initially for content and format. Once past the initial review, a committee of reviewers from Docker and the industry will read the proposals and select the best ones. There are a limited number of speaking slots and we work to achieve a balance of presentations that will interest the Docker community.
We’re looking forward to reading your proposals!
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