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iOS CD Integration & Getting Faster Feedback from your CD System

After a great inaugural event, we're excited to announce our next Continuous Delivery meetup at Atlassian!

Join us as Jon Crosby, Co-Founder and VP of Engineering at Lift, talks to us about iOS Continuous Integration.

This will be followed by Sarah Goff-Dupont, Product Marketing Manager for Bamboo at Atlassian, who will talk about failing & failing fast. Sarah will share a few tips & tricks for getting faster feedback to your team that have made a difference at Atlassian. Examples shown will be from Bamboo (natch!), but the focus will be on concepts that can be implemented in any CI server.

Reserve your spot early if you want to come. Food and drinks will be served a little before 7pm. Look forward to seeing you there!


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  • Brian F.

    interested in both slide decks as well. (should be able to email me from my profile). thx

    September 14, 2012

  • Kimo C.

    Hi Sarah,

    I am also interested in a copy, thanks!

    Kimo at webnetic dot NET

    September 14, 2012

  • Kiran S.

    Sarah, please send me a copy as well. ([masked])

    September 14, 2012

  • SamehTawfik

    Good information

    September 13, 2012

  • Santiago Suarez O.

    Both talks had great content and were well delivered.

    September 13, 2012

  • rob w.

    Both talks were very informative and well done.

    September 13, 2012

  • Rob F.

    The iOS part of the presentation was i-opening. We're mostly focused on delivering a single html5 client across all platforms, mostly due to the complexity of automated builds for single-platform mobile clients -- this may no longer be a 100% valid consideration. The faster feedback part was also valuable. Getting an end-to-end checklist (some of which we're doing and some of which we've wanted to do) was a very useful reminder for home important it is to continuously improve as well as continuously deliver.

    September 13, 2012

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