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Tuesday, June 21 • 10:30am - 11:15am
Break: Ecosystem Expo & Community Theater
1. Mobycraft - Docker in 8-bit by Aditya Gupta 

Mobycraft is a Minecraft client-side mod to manage and visualize Docker containers in Minecraft. This mod can be installed in any standard Minecraft client and allow young kids to learn Docker fundamentals in a fun way. It allowed a 13-year old boy to apply his Minecraft modding skills to pick up Docker concepts such as Engine, Machine, Swarm, and Remote API.

This project became a great bonding experience between a father and a son. It allowed them to engage in fun and geeky conversations, such as code reviews and tooling discussion, and thereby building memories for a lifetime.

2. "workstation up" - Docker Development at Flow by Mike Roth

Docker is an integral part of Flow's technology stack, supporting everything from a developer's local environment to Production containers in AWS.  

"Workstation" has become central to a developer's toolset at Flow, giving them the ability to bring up/down a service, along with any upstream/downstream dependencies, in a single, simple command implemented with GOlang CLI. For example, developers can run “workstation up --app www” - and reliably have the www app running along with its dozens of transitive dependencies. It truly is reliable - requiring no additional configuration - and just continues to work.

The team has recently transitioned to Docker for Mac Beta and just love referencing containers via localhost!


Speakers
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Aditya Gupta

Student, NA
Aditya Gupta is a thirteen-year old boy who loves to play and modify Minecraft. He also has experience in many other types of programming like Scratch, Java, Python, Greenfoot, and Android. At age eleven, he was one of the youngest speaker ever at the Community Keynote of JavaOne 2013 showing how pigs fly using Eclipse in front of 1500+ Java developers. He builds and delivers workshops for Devoxx4Kids and is excited to teach programming... Read More →
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Mike Roth

Principal Engineer, Flow.io
Mike Roth is a Principal Engineer at Flow Commerce (flow.io), where API design is king and passion for implementing modular services runs deep.  Flow is dedicated to building a next-generation solution for taking merchants global. Roth first adopted docker in 2014 when at Hudson’s Bay, and at Flow, quickly created tooling that ensures happy development environments. In his spare time, he rock climbs, is a beer connoisseur, then rock... Read More →


Tuesday June 21, 2016 10:30am - 11:15am
Washington State Convention Center 800 Convention Pl, Seattle, WA 98101

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