We’ve been involved with education around Docker for sometime. From early on, Nebulaworks has provided official Docker training to folks all over the globe from organizations of all shapes and sizes. In addition, we’ve been giving back by hosting two Docker Meetups (one in Irvine, the other in San Diego) to help promote the tool amongst the community. And this week, Docker has taken the next logical and important step to building long-term support: the launch of the Docker Campus Ambassador Program.
Educating youth on new technologies
This is near and dear to my heart. And we are super excited! About two years ago, we started to work on an effort to bring interns into the fold at Nebulaworks. We went to local universities and started to talk to department heads and CS clubs. What we found was a real lack of the use of new technologies. I don’t know why we were so surprised – running with the latest and greatest isn’t something that higher ed is used to doing (and neither is enterprise IT, but I digress). But there were historical parallels that I personally witnessed. Read on.
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This post was written by Chris Ciborowski