Ashlynn Polini

Top 5 Ways to Enhance Your DockerCon Experience

Ashlynn Polini

DockerCon 2019 is coming soon to San Francisco and and we’ve significantly improved your DockerCon experience based on your feedback. If you haven’t reserved your spot, head over to register today.

DockerCon 2019 is coming soon to San Francisco and and we’ve significantly improved your DockerCon experience based on your feedback. If you haven’t reserved your spot, head over to register today.

After each conference, our team goes through all of your feedback and brainstorms adjustments big and small to make sure DockerCon remains a special experience for you. To everyone that filled out the event survey – thank you! We know it can seem tedious but we appreciate the feedback.

With that in mind, we wanted to share some of the new changes you’ll see in San Francisco:

  1. Role-based Content: This year you can find dedicated tracks on how to use Docker for Developers and for IT Infrastructure & Operations teams. These tracks are led by Docker Captains, customers and Docker Solution Architects sharing their experiences and best practices in building and running apps in containers. And, to make the experience even better – we heard you – and have a new mobile app for attendees.
  2. One Global DockerCon: The community has grown all around the world. To help reach more people with container education, starting with DockerCon San Francisco 2019, we are adjusting our events calendar to feature one DockerCon conference a year and a series of one-day summit events around the world.
  3. No Registration Required: First Come, First Serve Talks: At the heart of experimentation is to try new things and adjust as we learn. Breakout sessions are returning to a first come, first served basis – you don’t need to register to attend. However, you can still add them to your schedule in the agenda builder.
  4. Opportunities to Engage with Open Source: We are excited to spend time in our open source roots. This year, DockerCon features a dedicated track and Open Source Summit to provide a forum to learn about the latest innovation and the container native projects driving our industry. There will be group discussions and opportunities to collaborate with contributors and maintainers and exchange ideas with one another.
  5. Empower Communities: Last year we held our first ever Women’s event featuring a panel discussion and happy hour. After receiving overwhelmingly positive feedback, we have expanded to a half day Women@DockerCon Summit with multiple panels, a workshop and a small registration fee to donate to Black Girls Code.

Join us April 29 – May 2 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA.

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