Posts by: Jenny Burcio

Jenny Burcio

In this Women in Tech Week profile, we talk with Rene Mascarinas, a Product Designer, about her career and why tackling tough problems is important to growth.

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Jenny Burcio

We’re continuing our celebration of Women in Tech Week with another profile of one of many of the amazing women who make a tremendous impact at Docker – this week, and every week – helping developers build modern apps. Today, we’re featuring Clara McKenzie, Support Escalation Engineer.

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We’re continuing our celebration of Women in Tech Week with a profile of Amn Rahman, a data engineer, one of one of many of the amazing women who make a tremendous impact at Docker – this week, and every week – helping developers build modern apps.

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We’re continuing our celebration of Women in Tech Week with another profile of one of many of the amazing women who make a tremendous impact at Docker – this week, and every week – helping developers build modern apps.  What is your job?  Senior Director of Product Marketing. How long have you worked at Docker?  2 ½ years. Is your current role one that you always intended on your career path?  Nope! I studied engineering and started in a technical role at a semiconductor company. I realized there that I really enjoyed helping others understand how technology works, and that…

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Jenny Burcio

It’s Women in Tech Week, and we want to take the opportunity to celebrate some of the amazing women who make a tremendous impact at Docker – this week, and every week – helping developers build modern apps. What is your job? Software Engineer. I build systems, write and review code, test and analyze software. I’ve always worked on infrastructure software both at and before Docker. I participate in Moby and Kubernetes OSS projects. My current work is on persistent storage for Kubernetes workloads and integrating it with Docker’s Universal Control Plane. I also enjoy speaking at technical conferences and…

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Docker support for cross-platform applications is better than ever. At this month’s Docker Virtual Meetup, we featured Docker Architect Elton Stoneman showing how to build and run truly cross-platform apps – including Arm, Intel, Linux and Windows – using Docker’s buildx functionality.

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We Celebrated the Launch of Docker Enterprise 3.0 and Docker 19.03 Last Week Last week, Docker Captain Bret Fisher hosted a 3-day Release Party for Docker 19.03 and Docker Enterprise 3.0. Captains and the Docker team demonstrated some of their favorite new features and answered live audience questions. Here are the highlights (You can check out the full release party here). Docker Desktop Enterprise To kick things off, Docker Product Manager Ben De St Paer-Gotch shared Docker Desktop Enterprise. Docker Desktop Enterprise ships with the Enterprise Engine and includes a number of features that makes enterprise development easier and more…

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Developers ranked Docker as the #1 most wanted platform, #2 most loved platform, and #3 most broadly used platform in the 2019 Stack Overflow Developer Survey. Nearly 90,000 developers from around the world responded to the survey. So we asked the community why they love Docker, and here are 10 of the reasons they shared:   It works on everyone’s machine. Docker eliminates the “but it worked on my laptop” problem. “I love docker because it takes environment specific issues out of the equation – making the developer’s life easier and improving productivity by reducing time wasted debugging issues that ultimately don’t…

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