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Monday, June 22
 

11:45am

Contribute and Collaborate 101
Gain inspiration and confidence to contribute in a mutually beneficial way. To become more than just a consumer of the ecosystem, develop the project yourself and profit your singular initiative. Whether you are looking for enterprise ready solutions, to make development life easier, or you’d like to see certain new features, making contributions to the greater community with a public spirit ensures the continued growth and health of the Docker project. Through personal stories of acceptance and concessions, I will share practical tips and lessons learned as a regular open source contributor and particularly involved Docker collaborator.

Moderators
avatar for Mark Coleman

Mark Coleman

Founder, Implicit Explicit
Mark tweets at @mrmrcoleman

Speakers
avatar for Vincent Batts

Vincent Batts

Software Engineer, Red Hat
A mindful polyglot, Vincent Batts has spent the last 15 years developing his breadth of knowledge concerning Linux and the open source community. The present Golang go-to guy for Fedora and Red Hat, a current member of Slackware Core Team, and a former Ruby contributor, he is currently... Read More →


Monday June 22, 2015 11:45am - 12:25pm
Nob Hill 1 - 4

2:00pm

How to talk to humans: a different approach to soft skills
Developers are trained to communicate to things with a goal in mind. When you're talking to a computer, you type in your code and it responds by giving you back what you want. Simple and straight forward. When talking to people? Not always the case. Why? Because talking to people requires a special set of skills - namely, empathy and a little bit of storytelling. In an industry filled with brilliant minds, great ideas and mass disruption, so few of the best and brightest know how to tell their compelling story. This talk teaches you how.

Moderators
avatar for Mark Coleman

Mark Coleman

Founder, Implicit Explicit
Mark tweets at @mrmrcoleman

Speakers
avatar for Sharon Steed

Sharon Steed

Speech IRL, Director of Business Development and Marketing
Sharon is the director of business development and marketing for speech IRL, a speech therapy practice delivering communication therapy and training. She is a life-long stutterer that speaks about fear and vulnerability at the intersection of marketing, communication, business and... Read More →


Monday June 22, 2015 2:00pm - 2:40pm
Nob Hill 1 - 4

2:50pm

Docker Community in China
What will happen when an emerging technology meets with the emerging market? Docker has become an extremely popular topic among the Chinese developer community, internet companies, tech startups and even some of the traditional industry. This talk will go into deep analysis of the China local business drivers and market momentum which make Docker important in the era of mobile internet, and share a future landscape of how Docker will be used in enterprise scenarios, industry use cases and business solutions.

Moderators
avatar for Mark Coleman

Mark Coleman

Founder, Implicit Explicit
Mark tweets at @mrmrcoleman

Speakers
avatar for Frank Yu

Frank Yu

Co-Founder, DaoCloud
Frank tweets at @frankyongyu.


Monday June 22, 2015 2:50pm - 3:30pm
Nob Hill 1 - 4

4:00pm

Panel: Birds of a Different Feather Soar Together

Many organizations start with a spark of creativity, collaboration and the desire to challenge conventional wisdom.  As companies begin to scale, they face challenges of maintaining an environment that encourages creativity and fosters innovation.  A diverse body of talent with unique life experiences and perspectives is one of the essential ingredients to the long-term success of an organization.

Moderated by Alaina Percival, CEO of Women Who Code, this panel of leaders in technology innovation will discuss approaches in building high performance teams and a culture of creativity.



Moderators
avatar for Alaina Percival

Alaina Percival

CEO, Women Who Code
I'm a fan of experiences, chocolate, being inspired by people I meet, and getting women involved with technology. I am CEO @womenwhocode

Speakers
avatar for Adrian Cockcroft

Adrian Cockcroft

Technology Fellow, Battery Ventures
Adrian Cockcroft has had a long career working at the leading edge of technology. He’s always been fascinated by what comes next, and he writes and speaks extensively on a range of subjects. At Battery, he advises the firm and its portfolio companies about technology issues and... Read More →
avatar for Dana Oshiro

Dana Oshiro

Director of Programs, Heavybit
Dana Oshiro is the Director of Programs at Heavybit where she oversees curriculum, marketing and speaker series for more than 23 member companies including Stripe, Pagerduty and CircleCI. In the past she's worked as the Marketing Director for Code for America, Sr. Media Analyst for... Read More →
avatar for Wayne Sutton

Wayne Sutton

General Partner, BUILDUPvc
General Partner at @BUILDUPvc pre-accelerator designed to mentor, educate and connect underrepresented. Connect on AngelList at https://angel.co/waynesutton ... Read More →
avatar for Marianna Tessel

Marianna Tessel

VP Engineering, Docker, Inc
Marianna Tessel runs the engineering organization at Docker. which actively contributes to the open source project and is also responsible for Docker’s commercial product offerings, including Docker Hub and Docker Hub Enterprise. Tessel has over twenty years of experience in engineering... Read More →


Monday June 22, 2015 4:00pm - 4:40pm
Nob Hill 1 - 4

4:50pm

Lightning Talks
Moderators
avatar for Jeff Lindsay

Jeff Lindsay

Jeff Lindsay is a systems thinking hacker-philosopher. He builds, he explores, and is apparently "wired differently." Obsessed with esoteric knowledge, he applies modern technology driven by an eclectic model of the bigger picture. He's heavily involved in hacker culture, startup... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Christopher Horrell

Christopher Horrell

Manager, Solutions Engineering, Joyent Inc.
Christopher Horrell is the manager of the Solutions Engineering team at Joyent Inc. Based in Toronto, Canada, Christopher has been a remote member of Joyent’s team since since 2010 and has been involved in cloud computing, in one form or the other, since 2006. Christopher, along... Read More →
avatar for Jeff Lindsay

Jeff Lindsay

Jeff Lindsay is a systems thinking hacker-philosopher. He builds, he explores, and is apparently "wired differently." Obsessed with esoteric knowledge, he applies modern technology driven by an eclectic model of the bigger picture. He's heavily involved in hacker culture, startup... Read More →
avatar for Weihan Wang

Weihan Wang

Co-Founder and CTO, AeroFS
Weihan Wang is the CTO and co-founder of AeroFS. He worked at several IT companies and institutes including Sun Microsystems and Tsinghua University, with a focus on operating systems and distributed systems. Weihan was a Ph.D Candidate at the University of Toronto when he met his... Read More →



Monday June 22, 2015 4:50pm - 5:30pm
Nob Hill 1 - 4
 
Tuesday, June 23
 

11:45am

How to create a new education in a digital world
In July 2013, Detroit, symbol of the US industrial era, dropped down to the most important bankruptcy in the US history, estimated at 20 Billion. The same year, Facebook market cap was 100 Billion. 42 is a school, which tries to give an answer to a wonderful challenge: How to move from an education created to give answers and labor to industries, to an education that will create people who are ready to be citizens of the digital world.

Moderators
avatar for Mark Coleman

Mark Coleman

Founder, Implicit Explicit
Mark tweets at @mrmrcoleman

Speakers
avatar for Gaetan Juvin

Gaetan Juvin

Software Engineer, 42
Gaetan tweets at @gtnjuvin.
avatar for Kwame Yamgnane

Kwame Yamgnane

Co-Founder and Executive Director, 42
Kwame Yamgnane, Co-Founder and Executive Director at 42, alumni of IT School EPITA, is former Director of EPITECH IT School with a career as entrepreneur and sysadmin for many french companies and worked in the US in 1998 as an OS developer. | | Kwame tweets at @kwame42... Read More →


Tuesday June 23, 2015 11:45am - 12:25pm
Nob Hill 1 - 4

1:45pm

MomOps in DevOps
Some can deliver code while some can deliver humans. But there are very few who can deliver both! Lets accept that being a mother in the technology world is not an easy game. The speaker, a DevOps Architect, wants to talk about how you can manage a wonderful motherhood with an awesome career. She is a mother of two and is but an ordinary woman who has been able to manage being both: MomOps and DevOps! She wants to encourage more women to pursue their passion for technology even after having kids.

Moderators
avatar for Mark Coleman

Mark Coleman

Founder, Implicit Explicit
Mark tweets at @mrmrcoleman

Speakers
avatar for Mukta Aphale

Mukta Aphale

WhiteHedge Technologies
Mukta has over 11 years of experience in the programming world. DevOps stirred her interest and she shifted from development to DevOps.She has worked with several tools and technologies spawning all the phases of DevOps. She also has development experience in application domains like... Read More →


Tuesday June 23, 2015 1:45pm - 2:25pm
Nob Hill 1 - 4

2:35pm

Using Docker to drive cultural change in the games industry
In the games industry, where a missed deadline can break a franchise, we used Docker as a cultural change agent. Docker helped solve many of our technical challenges within months but the ongoing cultural change brought about by using Docker rages on.

Moderators
avatar for Mark Coleman

Mark Coleman

Founder, Implicit Explicit
Mark tweets at @mrmrcoleman

Speakers
avatar for Thomas Shaw

Thomas Shaw

Build Engineer, Activision
Thomas has been a Build Engineer for 2 years and began promoting Docker usage in Sept 2014. Today we have Dockerised build and test pipelines. Thomas continues to drive Docker adoption through Meetups and bootcamps in his native Dublin.  | | Thomas tweets at @tomwillfixit... Read More →


Tuesday June 23, 2015 2:35pm - 3:15pm
Nob Hill 1 - 4

3:25pm

Lightning Talks
Moderators
avatar for Jeff Lindsay

Jeff Lindsay

Jeff Lindsay is a systems thinking hacker-philosopher. He builds, he explores, and is apparently "wired differently." Obsessed with esoteric knowledge, he applies modern technology driven by an eclectic model of the bigger picture. He's heavily involved in hacker culture, startup... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Diogo Mónica

Diogo Mónica

Security Lead, Docker
Diogo tweets at @diogomonica.
avatar for Travis Reeder

Travis Reeder

Co - Founder & CTO, iron.io
Travis is CTO/co-founder of Iron.io, heading up the architecture and engineering efforts. He has 15+ years of experience developing high-throughput web applications and cloud services. Prior to co-founding Iron.io, Travis founded ecommStats Web Analytics and SideStripe, both involving... Read More →
avatar for TBA

TBA

Hackathon Winner -- TBA


Tuesday June 23, 2015 3:25pm - 4:05pm
Nob Hill 1 - 4