Join us for the Kingston local edition of this summer Play-with-Docker workshop series!
Serverless computing is one of the hottest trends in computing right now due to its simplicity and cost efficiency. Oracle recently open sourced a new project that enables developers to run their own Serverless infrastructure anywhere. The platform is container-native, enabling users to write functions in any programming language with excellent support for local development and testing, and even allows devs to “bring their own Dockerfile” such that ANY containerized code can be used as a function.
We invite you to come, whether you're a beginner or an experienced user of Docker. This event will provide you with the information you need to use Docker in your environment. If you are an advanced user who would like to help people work through the labs.
Bring your laptop and #LearnDocker. Food and drinks will be provided! Let everyone know you’re coming by using #LearnDocker.
I was born and raised in Jamaica, a small island filled with talents and potential for producing world-class athletes, singers, writers and other professions. Before 2008, I did not know much about computers, but I knew I loved maths and solving problems. In 2011, my freshman year at the University of the West Indies, I was introduced to programming and Python. Afterwards, I set sail to meet the Horizon by contributing to open-source projects such as PHP Curl, Dubbizle PHP, Pyramid, Kotti, ERPNext, Plone and many others.
It has been three years now since I started to work for David Bain at his company, Alteroo, where I take on the role of a full stack software developer / DevOps in the area of Digital CX using Plone, Kotti and other frameworks. My aim alongside Alteroo is to provide a seamless end-to-end experience for the stakeholders of any system we develop. Thus, making it easier for clients and other developers to work faster with no hassle. On the side, I write UAT / robot tests, performance and load tests to ensure that any code I write is of high quality and is maintainable.
On a daily basis, I watch and read tech-related news and events. I am always looking out for what is next and how to improve existing technologies and techniques. Keep moving forward is my motto, and technology is one of the only ways I see to do so.
From meetups to DockerCon and webinars to workshops, there are lots of great Docker events happening around the world. Whether you're new to containers or a Docker expert, you'll find opportunities to attend Docker events near you!