Jenny Burcio

Announcing the DockerCon speakers and sessions

Today we’re excited to share the launch the DockerCon 2017 agenda. With 100+ DockerCon speakers, 60+ breakout sessions, 11 workshops, and hands on labs, we’re confident that you’ll find the right content for your role (Developer, IT Ops, Enterprise) or your level of Docker expertise (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced).   View the announced schedule and speakers lineup     Announced sessions include: Use Case 0 to 60 with Docker in 5 Months: How a Traditional Fortune 40 Company Turns on a Dime by Tim Tyler (MetLife) Activision’s Skypilot: Delivering Amazing Game Experiences through Containerized Pipelines by Tom Shaw (Activision) Cool Genes: The Search for a Cure Using Genomics, Big Data, and Docker by James Lowey (TGEN) The Tale of Two Deployments: Greenfield and Monolith Docker at Cornell by Shawn Bower and Brett Haranin (Cornell University) Taking Docker From Local to Production at Continue reading…

Sophia Parafina

Announcing (Even) More Speakers for DockerCon 2016

A quick note about the selection process: this year the Review Committee reviewed 570+ proposals using a double blind process, which means proposals were reviewed just by their abstract, outline and takeaways. From the initial review, we selected the top 100 proposals and began conversations with the authors of the most promising talks. We’re not quite done yet, but we expect to publish the schedule soon! If your proposal was not accepted, please consider submitting for a local meetup or another conference. Once again, we’d like to thank everyone who took the time to both submit and review the proposals. Without further ado, here are the next round of DockerCon speakers selected by the DockerCon Community Review Committee.

Victor Coisne

Announcing the Black Belt Sessions at DockerCon 2016

We are excited to announce the first talks in the curated Black Belt Track at DockerCon 2016! Attendees of this track will learn from technical deep dives that haven’t been presented anywhere else by members of the Docker team and from the Docker community. These sessions are code and demo-heavy and light on the slides. From Docker internals to advanced container orchestration, security and networking, this track should delight most of the container ninjas in the room.