Jenny Burcio

Deadline: January 18th at 11:59 PST In case you missed it, DockerCon 2018 will take place at Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA on June 12-15, 2018. Today, we’re excited to open the DockerCon 2018 Call for Proposals! From beginners to experts, the Docker and Moby community come to DockerCon to learn, share and contribute. If you have Docker story to share, submit your talk today. The deadline for submissions is January 18th, 2018 at 11:59 PST.   Submit a talk IT Pros How-tos (new) SysAdmins, what is your container story? How did you operationalize Docker in your organization and what changes did it bring about?…

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Jenny Burcio

It’s a new year, and we are looking for new stories of how you are using Docker technology to do big things. Submit your cool hack, use case or deep dive sessions before the DockerCon 2017 CFP closes on January 14th. To help with your submissions, we’ve answered the most frequent questions below and put together a list of tips to help get your proposal selected. Q. How do I submit a proposal? A. Submit your proposal here. Q. What kind of talks are you looking for? A. This year, we are looking for cool hacks, user stories and deep dive submissions:…

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Sophia Parafina

We have way more (and we’re sure you do too!), but here are our top five reasons to submit a CFP for DockerCon 2016!

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Victor Coisne

A big thank you to all of you who submitted for DockerCon Europe 2015. The CFP closed yesterday and we’re thrilled by the quality and number of submissions. We have already received many requests from people who have missed the deadline or could not get their talk approved on time by their companies.

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Victor Coisne

Have you finished your DockerCon Europe 2015 proposal yet?   The September 1st, 2015 deadline will be here before you know it—here are five tips to take your DockerCon Europe 2015 proposal to the next level.

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Ashlynn Polini

Our DockerCon 2015 call for papers closed last week, and we’d like to sincerely thank the 338 individuals who submitted talks. These submissions are further proof of a bright, witty and extremely talented community that surrounds Docker. We are very excited about the content that will be at DockerCon this year. We have formed a community committee who will begin the review and voting process. Please keep an eye on the blog over the next couple of weeks. We will make session selection announcements here and notify all who entered by email when the results are final.

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Ashlynn Polini

Thank you to all who have submitted a session for DockerCon so far. We are very excited by the nearly 342 fantastic submissions we’ve received. After our initial call for papers closed on Monday, we received an overwhelming response and many requests for more time. Due to this we have decided to reopen the CFP for an additional week. You now have until March 24th 11:59pm to submit your talk for DockerCon. This will be a hard deadline since we need adequate time to review the papers and select finalists. Tip of the day: Speak about something you know. If…

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The CFP for DockerCon Europe 2014 closed a couple of days ago. Since Wednesday, we have received a massive amount of emails from speakers, requesting that we make an exception so that they can submit their talk. In response to this request, we are happy to announce that we have reopened the CFP for one week. You now have until Oct 12th, 12:12am PST to submit your talk. This will be a hard deadline since we need adequate time to review the papers and select the best. Tip of the day: The community has asked to see more use cases…

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