Posts by: Victor Coisne

Victor Coisne

To celebrate Docker’s 3rd birthday, we are inviting newcomers to the Docker community for a fun training on how to build, ship and run distributed applications with ease thanks to the Docker platform. The Docker community organized over 120 Docker Birthday celebrations in 50 countries across 5 continents. We are immensely grateful to our awesome meetup organizers and the over 580 Docker experts who signed up to help newcomers complete the training! We also partnered with several organizations to ensure that these events are inclusive for everyone attending including underrepresented minorities in the tech community. Stay tuned for a blog…

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Victor Coisne

Arun Gupta (@arungupta) wears many hats: VP of Developer Advocacy at Couchbase, author of a best-selling book, an avid runner, founding member of Devoxx4Kids USA, Java Champion, dedicated father, globe trotter, JUG leader and a Docker Captain. Arun first started blogging about Docker in July 2014 with a tech tip on how to get started. He now has published over 65 posts on Docker on his blog and the Couchbase blog. In addition to creating awesome Docker content, Arun has spoken at tons of conferences including JavaOne, Red Hat Summit and OSCON and we are excited to have him deliver…

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Victor Coisne

Last month, we announced our plans to celebrate the Docker Project’s 3rd birthday by organizing a series of events focused on providing Docker training to beginners. Over the past few weeks we have been amazed (once again) by the energy and incredible response from the Docker community and today, we’re happy to share with you some exciting updates! Thanks to the hard work of the awesome Docker meetup organizers, community mentors, partners and sponsors in the broader tech and open-source community, there are more than 5,500 people registered to attend one of the 100 local editions of the Docker birthday…

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Victor Coisne

Back in March 2013, Docker’s CTO and Founder, Solomon Hykes introduced Docker publicly for the first time during a lightning talk at PyCon. Three years later the Docker project has significantly matured to become the open platform of choice for building, shipping and running distributed applications in an infrastructure agnostic Container as a Service (CaaS) model. Thanks to the hard work of thousands of contributors from Docker, Inc and the Docker community, the Docker platform is now used in production by companies of all sizes and industries. Last year, to celebrate the Docker project’s 2nd birthday, we proudly organized a global open-source-a-thon where the Docker core team and expert developers from the Go community guided participants…

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Victor Coisne

It’s hard to believe that 2015 is almost over! We saw lots of great content from the Docker community this year including blog posts, tutorials, conference sessions, meetup talks and more – check out our curated collection of community content here. Thank you to everyone who contributed awesome Docker content this year – we’re looking forward to seeing more great stuff in 2016! Here are a few of the Docker team’s favorites from the Docker community in 2015:

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Thanks everyone in the Twitterverse for helping us reach the 100k followers milestone! We love seeing the Docker community ask questions, post pictures and more on Twitter and other social media channels. Scroll down to see some of our favorite tweets from the Docker community.

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At the end of DockerCon 2015, Dieter Reuter from Hypriot presented a demo running 500 Docker containers on a Raspberry Pi 2 device but he knew that number could be at least doubled. TL;DR Dieter was right.

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Victor Coisne

The quality of the Docker hacks and amount of participation from the Docker community was simply phenomenal! Over 2,000 community members attended events around the world and 50 meetup groups organized local editions of this Docker Hack Day #3. Kudos to the Docker community and Docker meetup organizers for helping organize this hands-on event! Forty-two valid projects were submitted for final judging before last week’s deadline and the jury composed of Docker experts had a difficult time choosing Local Edition winners! Click here to see the list of Local Edition winners. Voting for the global winners closed yesterday and the results are in! The Docker community voted through…

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