DockerCon week is a busy week with so much information to absorb, people to meet and talks to attend. Here’s a quick agenda summary to make sure you know how to plan your travel and get the most out of your DockerCon Europe experience in Copenhagen.
Monday 16 October
Monday is when the first attendees start arriving for DockerCon. Attendees who have signed up for Paid-Workshops or want to check in and pick up their badge and backpacks early should plan to be in Copenhagen by Monday morning. Monday is also a great day to get a jump start on meeting other attendees. You’ll be able to book Moby Mingles that help you connect with other attendees on topics you are both interested in learning or mentoring about.
Overview of Monday:
Tuesday 17 October – Wednesday 18 October
Tuesday and Wednesday are full conference days. Each morning starts with a General Session presented by the Docker team and guest speakers to present the latest product announcements and use cases. Following the general sessions will be breakout sessions along with ample time to learn, connect and collaborate with other attendees and ecosystem sponsors exhibiting in the Ecosystem Expo Hall.
Overview of Tuesday and Wednesday:
- Moby Mingles
- General Session
- Breakout Sessions
- Ecosystem Expo
- After Party Tuesday evening
- Cool Hacks General Session
Thursday 19 October
Moby Project Summit – NEW to DockerCon
The Moby Summit is a hands-on collaborative event open to all DockerCon attendees. The Summit is intended for distributed system experts and advanced container users who are actively maintaining, contributing or generally interested in the design and development of the Moby Project and it’s components.
This is a great opportunity for everyone attending the summit to learn, hack, collaborate and give feedback to drive the architectural decisions and roadmap behind these components and how they can be integrated together or with other components into assemblies.
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