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Monday, November 16 • 17:20 - 18:05
Lightning Talks: Google, Raspberry Pi Challenge Winner, Resin.io

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1. Containerize your developer experience, Presented by Francesc Campoy

This talk covers a range of situations where containers can improve the developer experience by providing a repeatable and consistent environment. This includes from how to help your users become your contributors, to how to install tools in your machine without really installing anything, or how containers can be the killer tool for the polyglot programmer. 

The goal is to give an overview of the techniques that power these use cases and to inspire the audience to improve their communities by leveraging the power of Docker. 

2. Breaking the RPiDocker Challenge by Nicolas de Loof, Yoann Dubreuil, Damien Duportal

Docker claim to be a lightweight virtualization solution, and indeed it so light you can play on tiny hardware like Raspberry Pi and run Hundred containers. Hypriot demonstrated running 500 of them, but can we do more ? The RPiDocker challenge was proposed to get the community study some more hacks to get more and more containers running on the Pi. During this session we will explain how we went into this effort, and eventually where able to run 2740 web servers ... on a RapsberryPi. 

3. Docker on IoT devices by Shaun Mulligan

The Resin.io team has brought Docker to IoT in a big way. Shaun will walk through the ways in which his team has enabled resin.io's container-powered edge device management platform to work with all sorts of linux-based devices. These include the Raspberry Pi, Beaglebone, Intel Edison, NUC, Hummingboard and countless custom boards. This talk will include an overview of the toolchain (Docker, Yocto, meta-resin), the approach, the customer use cases, and how you can get involved. 


Speakers
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Francesc Campoy

Developer Advocate, Google
Francesc Campoy Flores is a Developer Advocate for Go and the Cloud at Google. He joined the Go team in 2012 and since then he has written some considerable didactic resources and traveled the world attending conferences, organizing live courses, and meeting fellow gophers. | | He joined Google in 2011 as a backend software engineer working mostly in C++ and Python, but it was with Go that he rediscovered how fun programming can be.
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Yoann Dubreuil

Support Engineer, Cloudbees
Yoann Dubreuil is Support Engineer at CloudBees helping customers to get the best of Jenkins, the continuous delivery leader. He is passionate about Java and Linux ecosystems and strongly believes in open-source.
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Damien Duportal

DevOps Engineer, Atos Worldline
Damien is a Devops Engineer @ Worldline, a company from the Atos group. He used to work with some big GIS paltform (French IGN Geoportal) with 1000th users and OSS inside. He is curious about dev, ops and naturally came to Devops job. Vagrant, packer, docker are some tools he love to work with, and make other people love it and use it. He's also former teacher in software engineering school and geomatic engineer school.
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Nicolas De Loof

Java Architect, Cloudbees
Nicolas De Loof has been a Java Architect for 15 years in French IT Services companies. He's now hacking at CloudBees having fun with hype technologies like Docker and micro-services architectures
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Shaun Mulligan

Developer Advocate, Resin.io
Shaun is an IoT jack of all trades. He started out building robots and mechatronic contraptions at the University of Cape Town,then went on to do a masters in Electrical engineers. After getting bored with plain hardware, he moved to Belgium and dabbled in some MachineLearning and later moved to study Human Computer Interfaces at the Royal Institute of Technology. He now heads up the experience teamat resin.io and is excited about... Read More →


Monday November 16, 2015 17:20 - 18:05
Level 1, Room 118-119

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