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  1. Scoped tokens are here 💪! Scopes give you more fine grained control over what access your tokens have to your content and other public content on Docker Hub!  It’s been a while since we first introduced tokens into Docker Hub (back in 2019!) and we are now excited to say that we have added the […]

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  2. We’re excited to announce that our next Community All Hands will be in exactly 2 months,  on Thursday September 16th 2021 @ 8am PST/5pm CET. The event is a unique opportunity for Docker staff, Captains, Community Leaders and the broader Docker community to come together for live company updates, product updates, demos, community updates, contributor […]

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  3. Docker Captains are select members of the community that are both experts in their field and are passionate about sharing their Docker knowledge with others. “Docker Captains Take 5” is a regular blog series where we get a closer look at our Captains and ask them the same broad set of questions ranging from what […]

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  4. Guest post by Liran Tal, Snyk Director of Developer Advocacy  Docker is totalling up to more than 318 billion downloads of container images. With millions of applications available on Docker Hub, container-based applications are popular and make an easy way to consume and publish applications. That being said, the naive way of building your own […]

    The post Docker for Node.js Developers: 5 Things You Need to Know Not to Fail Your Security appeared first on Docker Blog.

  5. Docker’s Peter McKee hosts serverless wizard and open sorcerer Yaron Schneider for a high-octane tour of DAPR (as in Distributed Application Runtime) and how it leverages Docker. A principal software engineer at Microsoft in Redmond, Washington, Schneider co-founded the DAPR project to make developers’ lives easier when writing distributed applications. DAPR, which Schneider defines as […]

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  6. Go code, learn along the way and don’t be afraid to make mistakes. That was the inspirational message from an impressive all-women group of panelists at this year’s DockerCon Live 2021. The advice — one of many gems shared in a Women in Tech live panel at the May 27 event — was aimed at […]

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  7. Docker Desktop 3.5 is here and we can’t wait for you to try it! We’ve introduced some exciting new features including improvements to the Volume Management interface, a tech preview of Docker Dev Environments, and enhancements to Compose V2. Easily Manage Files in your Volumes Volumes can quickly take up local disk storage and without […]

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  8. Today we’re featuring a blog from Pablo Chico de Guzmán at Okteto, who writes about how the developers’ love of Docker Compose inspired Okteto to create Okteto Stacks, a fully compatible Kubernetes backend for Docker Compose It has been almost 7 years since the Docker Compose v1.0.0 release went live. Since that time, Docker Compose […]

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  9. Last month, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Security Technical Advisory Group published a detailed document about Software Supply Chain Best Practices. You can get the full document from their GitHub repo. This was the result of months of work from a large team, with special thanks to Jonathan Meadows and Emily Fox. As one […]

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  10. A couple of weeks ago at DockerCon we showed off a new feature that we are building – Docker Dev Environments. Today we are excited to announce the release of the Technical Preview of Dev Environment as part of Docker Desktop 3.5.  At Docker we have been looking at how teams collaborate on projects using […]

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