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Monday, June 22 • 2:00pm - 2:40pm
Docker in the New York Times Newsroom

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In the New York Times newsroom you’ll find a deeply heterogeneous technology environment that exists – by necessity – outside of the larger, more well-defined development pipelines of the rest of the organization. On the Interactive News team, part of our mission is providing a reliable path to production for designers/developers/reporters who need to be able to make their own technology choices on what can be extremely tight deadlines.

Containerization is becoming increasingly important to these efforts, and we’re ready to share our experience working with Docker and crafting complementary orchestration, communication, and organization solutions.

Moderators
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Chris Preimesberger

Editor, Features & Analysis, eWeek
Chris Preimesberger has covered IT business/innovation since 1995.  He is in charge of coverage areas for eWEEK; cover and analyze trends in cloud computing, big data analytics, storage, and other sectors; moderate panel discussions and web radio shows; speaks to IT audiences. Chris is also the creator of the eWEEK Innovation site. | | Chris tweets at @editingwhiz

Speakers
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Eric Buth

Interactive News Developer, The New York Times
Eric Buth is a developer in the New York Times’s Interactive News department tasked with managing newsroom-specific infrastructure. He was previously the Director of Technology at TPM and has worked on the publishing team of Teachers College at Columbia University’s EdLab. | | Eric tweets at @ericbuth.


Monday June 22, 2015 2:00pm - 2:40pm
Yerba Buena 7

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