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First BeJUG 2015 meetup with David Gageot talking about Docker

Hello everyone, we’re happy to announce our first BeJUG 2015 event on April 28th. David Gageot will talk about Docker on the Google Cloud Platform.

As of 2015 all the events organised by BeJUG are free. Simply become a member of our group and register for the events you would like to attend.

Our first session will be organised in the Moonbeat cinema in Mechelen where you'll be welcomed with some food and drinks. We would like to thank Cronos - XploreGroup for sponsoring the venue and the reception.

Planning: 18h30 reception, 19h00 start of our first session
Location: Moonbeat, Oude Brusselsestraat 10-12, 2800 Mechelen (

Docker on the Google Cloud Platform by David Gageot

Everybody wants to learn Docker. I'll try to explain how to use Docker the way I wish somebody had taught me.We are going to start from the smallest possible demo of Docker and then gradually reach a point where we are comfortable to deploy a Java 8 based webapp on the Google Cloud Platform.

David Gageot is a freelance developer with a passion for writing complex yet simple software. He helps teams be more innovative and more efficient, leveraging both his creativity and his expertise. He started coding with Logo 28 years ago and has been participating to Java projects since 1995. In 2012, he joined the team in charge of Devoxx France Conference (Java conference with 1200+ attendees). He has been blogging about Java and Agile since 2004 on JavaBien! In 2010, he took the leadership on open-sourced Infinitest, an Eclipse and IntelliJ plugin that runs unit tests as soon as changes are made to the source code. Infinitest is the dream come true for TDD addicts because it dramatically reduces feedback loops. Follow David at @dgageot

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  • Christophe R.

    Very interesting content and a very good speaker.

    1 · April 29, 2015

  • Jacques W.

    Very interesting. David really masters the subject and like his way of showing things a la Garcimore (ask a 40ish years old french man if you have got one)

    April 29, 2015

  • stephan

    Really interesting hands-on presentation. Already identified a project where we'll use it :)

    April 29, 2015

  • Christiaan J.

    Very interesting session about Docker.

    April 29, 2015

  • Stijn V.

    Excellent speaker to introduce us to the world of Docker

    April 29, 2015

  • Jonathan M.

    Very nice talk and learn a lot with the not-failed demos ;-)
    A good speaker and he explained Docker very well and with enthusiasm :-).
    Thanks to the BeJUG steering group for the organization and also thanks to Cronos for the food, the drinks, ...

    1 · April 29, 2015

  • Nordin H.

    Very enthusiastic speaker, didn't mind the french accent at all ;-) Talk was well structured with focus on building Docker images instead of simply using existing images. Took his time to answer the many questions. If you played with Docker before there was maybe not that many to learn from this talk, but I didn't mind because the speaker's perspective made it interesting. For instance the seamless 'jump' to Google cloud platform was an excellent demonstration of the possibilities Docker brings to the table.

    1 · April 29, 2015

  • Daniel De L.

    Thanks for having attended the event yesterday evening.

    It was great to see so many attendees.

    The pictures yesterday event are available here:


    3 · April 29, 2015

  • Bert R.

    Very useful for developers

    April 29, 2015

  • Chris De B.

    Hi all,

    any tips for a good sandwich in the neighbourhood ?

    April 28, 2015

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