The topic for Drupalcafé May is set on continuous integration. We expect to discuss various points of attention concerning governance in ongoing development (and maintenance), the merging of decentralized development activities with the main production version and the use of tooling to support that.
Tom Missaar of Aoturoa worked as a Drupal specialist in many large development teams and on complex projects. He will give a presentation about the basic practices of Continuous Integration and he wil showcase a real project.
Tom would also invite everyone to discuss questions like;
- is CI of value to all Drupal projects?
- how to develop a Drupal project with CI?
- what do you need for CI?
After a short break (still to be confirmed) we hope to see Niels van Mourik of Acquia Cloud give a presentation about Acquia Cloud in general and how this service can play a role in supporting continuous integration projects.
This session is most interesting for Drupal developers that do Drupal development in teams of developers and / or in situations where different parties do different tasks, such as development vs maintenance.
We expect the programme for this evening will be;
• 17.00 doors open
• 17.45 presentation #1 : Tom Missaar (Aoturoa)
• 18.15 break
• 18.30 presentation #2: Niels van Mourik (Acquia Cloud)
• 19.00 drinks
• 20.00 end
Location: One Shoe, Janskerkhof 16, 3512 BM UTRECHT
To register for this event: http://www.meetup.com/drupalnetherlands/
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Drupalcafé is an open meeting forum, for- and by Drupal enthusiasts. Drupalcafé features presentations, open discussions and inspiring demonstrations that promote knowledge sharing of Drupal. While enjoying a drink, we present and discuss relevant developments with regard to the Drupal open source software, but also adjacent topics. Drupalcafé is a monthly event, visited by (amongst others) ICT managers, (Drupal) software developers and people who are interested in open source CMS software.