Docker Community All-Hands 6

Online September 01, 2022

Tags: Docker, Extensions, Linux, Java, Jvm, Javascript, Python, Kotlin, Clojure, Rust, C, C++, C#, Developer, Security, Iot, Containers, Machine learning, Ml, Ai, R, Julia, Lua, Scala, Haskell, Ruby, Groovy, Go, Unconference, Open space

CFP closes at  August 14, 2022 23:59 UTC
  (Local)

Better together

Join us for our next Docker Community All-Hands on Thursday, September 1, 2022.

This quarterly event is a unique opportunity for Docker staff and the broader Docker community to come together. Don’t miss out on this special meetup with community news, company and product updates, demos, language-specific tracks, and our first-ever virtual unconference.

Furthermore, this celebration of the Docker Community would also feature a space for you to share your experiences and win Docker swag.

CFP Description

The Docker Community All-Hands is focused on education and discussion of Docker as a tool for developers. This edition’s topic will be better together.

We are particularly interested in submissions focused on your experiences using Docker together with any of the following: Java and JVM languages (Clojure, Kotlin…), Go, JavaScript, Rust, .NET, Python, PHP, C, C++, etc. Better together.

Talk topics

  • Docker Developer Tools
  • Docker Extensions
  • Docker Desktop
  • Docker Desktop for Linux
  • Containerizing your application
  • APIs and Microservices
  • MLOps
  • IoT and Hardware
  • Secure Software Supply Chain
  • Security
  • Showcasing experiments
  • Best practices

Unconference

Lead and contribute to open-spaces on any topic around Docker products, projects, or community initiatives. The unconference will be held in an interactive format, you could think of it as a sort of livestream. The session leaders will be in charge of engaging the audience and moderating their session.

Unconference suggestions

  • Lightning talk (10’ tops) + Q&A (10’)
  • Workshop
  • Live discussion
  • Panel discussion

For more information about the Unconference, please check the “Community All-Hands Unconference FAQ” below.

Requirements

  • No commercial content
  • Technical, educational, research, new technology, case studies
  • Q&A at speaker’s discretion

Feel free to reach out to community [at] docker [dot] com for questions regarding the submission process.

Call for papers closing date: August 14

Community All-Hands Unconference FAQ

What is an unconference?

An unconference is an informal participant-driven meeting where dicussions and conversations are encouraged. Read more about what is an unconference on Wikipedia.

Eligible moderators/speakers for the sessions

Everyone is encouraged to submit a topic for the unconference. Due to its relaxed and casual format, this is also a great platform to start from as a new speaker. These unconference sessions will not be recorded to enable a respectful and save environment. However, each of the sessions will have Docker staff supervising that each session abides by the Docker Code of Conduct. Any attendee who disrespect it will be immediately expelled from the event.

Community All-Hands Unconference planning

  • People are encouraged to submit their topic proposals until August the 14th
  • The organization of the event will then reach out to the selected sessions and will provide the moderators with tips and instructions on how to develop their sessions
  • The final conference agenda will be published in August with the selected sessions for the unconference
  • Every session will have a public document where our community members are encouraged to write down their thoughts beforehand
  • Based on those ideas and their own thoughts, the moderator will put up a little script with topics to cover during the session
  • On September the 1st the event will happen. Every moderator will conduct their session and interact with their audience in the chat

CFP Notes

  • Sessions will be reviewed on a rolling basis
  • Be open to feedback on your submission. We’re constantly reimagining how we deliver content at our events. We might reach out to you in order to guide you towards the appropriate content track to work on your session details before we make it official.
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