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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Victor Coisne

Thank you everyone who participated in Docker Global Hack Day #3! Over 2,000 community members attend local meetups hosting Docker Global Hack Day #3 events. A big thank you to all of the sponsors who helped make those events possible! The jury composed of Docker experts was quite impressed with the 42 hacks that were submitted for final judging! We actually did receive 42 valid submissions so this Docker Global Hack Day #3 must be related to the Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, The Universe, and Everything! We are excited to announce the winners of the Local Editions for Docker Global…

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Victor Coisne

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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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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