Posts by: Victor Coisne

Victor Coisne

  The JAX Innovation Awards celebrate the most innovative Java Technology, Open technology and Open Tech Business. Over the last month, hundreds of nominations were submitted and the jury panel later shortlisted 5 finalists in each category (see below).   Most innovative Java Technology Vert.x Spring Boot Frege Language Neo4j Atmosphere Framework   Most innovative Open Technology openHAB NGINX RoboVM Akka Docker   Most innovative Open Tech Business CloudBees JFrog Neo Technology Ohloh Hazelcast   It was then up to the community members to vote for the one technology they thought was the most innovative in each category. The winners of the Jax Innovation Awards…

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Victor Coisne

The biggest Docker event (so far)! This week was the first-of-its-kind Docker Global Hack Day! The growing number of Docker meetup groups around the globe has convinced us to organize an event that would bring the whole Docker community together despite the time difference. Such a global event would have never been possible without the engagement of every participants and the help of our meetup group co-organizers that managed to find places to host local editions of the Global Hack Day. With more than 400 participants worldwide (including the people registered for the remote edition) and 8 local editions, we…

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In the light of Docker’s recent global outreach, we decided that the Docker Hack Day #8 (Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013) should be Global. This means that you can hack using Docker from anywhere and present your hack to the whole Docker community via video or a Google Hangout call. If you want to get involved, you can either attend one of the local editions or attend remotely. 0. Stay connected with the Docker hackers from all around the World During the day the Docker team and the Docker community will be on IRC helping you hack your project or answering questions about…

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Last month we asked the Docker community to vote for the name of the Docker whale. We received 411 votes and today we are excited to announce that the community chose Moby Dock.

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Victor Coisne

October 1st was not only the date of our Docker Hack Day #7 but also the first Online 101 Session broadcasted through google hangout on air. Below you will find a few comments, photos and videos of these two events. Online 101 Session: Nick Stinemates (picture here below) gave an introduction to what Docker is all about and how you can use Docker for Multi-Cloud Deployment. Over the next few months, we will be having more online sessions to make Docker accessible to our growing community overseas.

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