Ashlynn Polini

Announcing the first DockerCon Europe 2017 Speakers

Summer is flying by and DockerCon Europe 2017 (October 16-19) will be here before we know it! The DockerCon team is heads down reviewing all of the proposals submitted and we are almost ready to release a full agenda. With that, we are thrilled to share with you the DockerCon Europe 2017 Website including the first confirmed speakers and sessions. Abby Fuller, AWS   Adrian Mouat, Container Solutions   Arun Gupta, AWS     Bret Fisher, Independent Consultant     Elton Stoneman, Docker     Nandhini Santhanam, Docker     Mike Coleman, Docker    Tycho Andersen, Docker   Learn more about DockerCon:  Register to DockerCon Europe Sign up to receive DockerCon News Announcing the first @DockerCon Europe 2017 speakers cc @arungupta @adrianmouat @abbyfuller Click To Tweet

Mano Marks

Even more Docker Labs!

Since we launched Docker Labs back in May, we’ve had a lot of interest. So we keep adding more and improving the labs that we have. We now have 22 hands on labs for you to choose from, ranging from beginner tutorials to much more advanced ones. Here’s a peek at what we have: To accompany the launch of Windows containers in Microsoft Windows Server 2016, we launched a Windows Container beginner tutorial to walk you through setting up your environment, running basic containers and creating a basic Docker Compose multi-container application using Windows containers. We added 6 security tutorials to take advantage of some of Docker’s strong security features. A Docker community member liked our Java debugging tutorials so much, he translated our labs into Spanish. We added a new Node.js tutorial to show how to easily you can debug Node.js applications live in Continue reading…

Mano Marks

Docker Labs Repo Continues to Grow

Back in May, we launched the Docker Labs repo in an effort to provide the community with a central place to both learn from and contribute to Docker tutorials. We now have 16 separate labs and tutorials, with 16 different contributors, both from Docker and from the community. And it all started with a birthday party. Back in March, Docker celebrated it’s third birthday with more than 125 events around the world to teach new users how to use Docker. The tutorial was very popular, and we realized people would like this kind of content. So we migrated it to the labs repository as a beginner tutorial. Since then, we’ve added tutorials on using .NET and Windows containers, Docker for Java developers, our DockerCon labs and much more.     Today we wanted to call out a new series of tutorials on developer tools. Continue reading…