“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. Today, we’re interviewing Gianluca Arbezzano who has been a Docker Captain since 2016. He is a Senior Software Staff Engineer at Equinix Metal and is based in Italy.
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 their best Docker tip is to whether they prefer cats or dogs (personally, we like [whales_](https://twitter.com/Docker/status/1105128250488090624) and [turtles_](https://twitter.com/Docker/status/1326270346820014086)_ over here). Today, we’re interviewing [Gianluca Arbezzano_](https://www.docker.com/captains/gianluca-arbezzano)_ who has been a Docker Captain since 2016. He is a Senior Software Staff Engineer at Equinix Metal and is based in Italy. _
How/when did you first discover Docker?
At this point, it is not easy to pick a date. Four years ago I was in Dublin away from my home town near Turin. The Docker Meetup along with many other meetups were a great opportunity for nerds like me looking for new friends and to grab free pizza while having a good time. Back then I was working for a company that helps businesses move to the cloud. I saw that Docker was a powerful tool to master. Not only was Docker a useful tool and led me to meet a lot of cool people, but it also helped me to become a better open source citizen and enabled me to have some awesome experiences.
What is your favorite Docker command?
I am an old-style Docker user. Many of the new cool commands are unknown to me. One of the powerful combos I use from time to time is still “docker rm -fv $(docker ps -aq)”– I know, there are better ways! It clearly shows how powerful a good CLI tool and the UNIX philosophy are. I love buildkit, so buildx is also something I use a lot.
This all-hands was an effort to further deepen our engagement with the community and bring users, contributors and staff together on a quarterly basis to share updates on what we're working on and what our priorities are for 2021 and beyond.
“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. Today, we’re interviewing Elton Stoneman who has been a Docker Captain since 2016.
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