Towards the end of June, DockerCon 16 arrived in Seattle, and with it, came a number of awesome Container-related announcements, keynote demos, breakout sessions, community get-togethers and much, much more. Tickets for the event were hard to come by, so hard in fact, that yours truly has to go along as ‘Media’ – that’s right folks, roving reporter Matt McSpirit, at your service.
Whilst I couldn’t go along to the sessions, my ‘press pass’ did give me enough access to set up my portable studio equipment and capture a few interviews with a select set of folks from Docker, to talk about stuff ranging from the Docker community, the Container landscape, and Docker Store, through to Docker for Windows, Azure, and the new 1.12 release. Loads of Container goodness there for you.
Speaking of my portable studio equipment, thinking about it, it’s quite possible that my subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud, which I use for editing all of the content you see from me on Channel 9, may actually cost more than the camera and audio equipment combined. A bit sad really, don’t ya think? What’s also clear from recording these videos, is that a LOT of people don’t look where they’re going when they are walking around a conference. You’ll see what I mean in a few of the videos!
Anyway, enough of me blabbering on – here’s the 6 interviews, nicely embedded for you, so enjoy.