Brendan Burns is a leading expert on Kubernetes (in fact, he’s a co-founder), meaning he’s a fascinating follow for Docker enthusiasts.
- Ex-Googler and co-founder of Kubernetes.
- Quit Google, and joined Microsoft to help them integrate Kubernetes into Azure.
Kelsey Hightower is one of the core members of the Kubernetes community and an evangelist for Kubernetes and similar technologies. Follow him for tips, news, and more.
- Developer advocate at Google, and core member of the Kubernetes community.
- Evangelizes Kubernetes and related technologies today.
CTO of Docker, Solomon Hykes is an obvious choice to follow whether you’re a containerization expert or a novice.
- Creator of Docker the open source project and CTO of Docker, the organization.
- Is very active on Docker related discussions on Github, and Hackernews.
Jerome Petazzoni is a container enthusiast, and you’ll find plenty of insights on containers and the tech space as a whole on his Twitter feed.
- Senior Engineer at Docker.
- One of the early employees of DotCloud, the company where Docker was born.
Alex Polvi is the CEO of CoreOS and serves on the board for several hot tech companies.
- CEO of CoreOS, which created the container runtime rkt.
- Member of the CNCF, and actively involved in development and direction of Kubernetes.
We'll continue on with our Docker resource roundup, providing you with a list of helpful tutorials, tools, and assets to help you along your Docker journey. Next up, we'll go over some of the best experts from the DevOps world at large.