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Docker Desktop release 2.2 is here!

We are excited to announce that we released a new Docker Desktop version today! Thanks to the user feedback on the new features initially released in the Edge channel, we are now ready to publish them...

Capturing Logs in Docker Desktop

Photo by Agence Olloweb on Unsplash Docker Desktop runs a Virtual Machine to host Docker containers. Each component within the VM (including the Docker engine itself) runs as a separate isolated...

5 Software Development Predictions for 2020

Photo by Jamie Street on Unsplash To kick off the new year, we sat down with Docker CEO Scott Johnston and asked him what the future holds for software development. Here are his...

2019 Docker Community Awards

The Docker Community is the heart of Docker’s success and a huge reason why Docker was named the most wanted and second most loved developer tool in the 2019 Stack Overflow Survey. This year, we...

Year in Review: The Most Loved Docker Articles, Blogs and Tweets of 2019

Photo by NordWood Themes on Unsplash As this decade comes to a close, we are rounding up some of your favorite content from 2019. Catch up on anything you missed and get ready for a lot more to...

Containers Today Recap: The Future of the Developer Journey

There was amazing attendance at Containers Today in Stockholm a couple of weeks ago. For those who were unable to make it, here is a quick overview of what I talked about at the event in my session...

Deep Dive Into the New Docker Desktop filesharing Implementation Using FUSE

Photo by Shane Aldendorff on Unsplash The latest Edge release of Docker Desktop for Windows 2.1.7.0 has a completely new filesharing system using FUSE instead of Samba. The initial blog post we...