What is new with #DockerCon?
DockerCon 2019 is coming to San Francisco and and we’ve significantly enhanced your DockerCon experience according to your comments. In case you haven’t reserved your place, head to enroll today.
DockerCon 2019 is coming to San Francisco and also we’ve significantly improved your DockerCon experience according to your comments. If you haven’t booked your place, head to enroll today.
- Role-based Content: This season it’s possible to find dedicated paths on how best to use Docker for Developers and for IT Infrastructure & Operations teams. These monitors are led by Docker Captains, customers and Docker Solution Architects sharing their experiences and best practices in building and running programs in containers. And, to make the experience we heard that you – and also have a new app for attendees.
- One Global DockerCon: The neighborhood has grown all over the world. We are adjusting our events calendar to feature one conference annually and a series of summit events, to help reach more people starting with DockerCon San Francisco 2019.
- No Registration Required: First Come, First Serve Talks: At the core of experimentation would be to attempt new things and adapt as we know. Sessions are coming into a first come, first served. But, you may still add them to your schedule in the agenda builder. DockerCon features a dedicated track and Open Source Summit to provide a forum to find out about the container and the innovation native jobs. There will be group discussions and opportunities to collaborate with all maintainers and subscribers and exchange ideas together.
- Empower Communities: Last year we held our first Women’s event featuring a panel discussion and happy hour.
After every conference, our team goes through all your comments and brainstorms adjustments big and little to be sure DockerCon stays a special experience for you. To thank you! We love the comments although we all know it can seem tedious.
Join us April 29 — May 2 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
With that in mind, we wanted to share some
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