The first WordPress London Meetup for 2018. We'll be looking ahead at what changes 2018 will bring to #wpldn, we'll also be looking at getting production-ready.
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Production-ready WordPress: Deploy your code using version control and continuous integration
It is common practice to move code through a series of servers in a multi-tiered development workflow. This talk will discuss best practices for deployment from local development environment to production servers. We'll dive in to in how to push changes from collaborative version control tools to build, deploy and deliver WordPress. Learn basic concepts around deployment, testing and dependency management and see how it all ties together.
Presented by Edmund Turbin (https://twitter.com/spicecadet). Edmund Turbin is Senior Solutions Engineer at WP Engine, London. Over the past ten years he has built websites with content management systems and has held technical roles in media, publishing and ad tech in New York City. Edmund is passionate about front end coding, development workflow and architecting scalable WordPress solutions for enterprise. Edmund has recently achieved certification as an AWS Solutions Architect - Associate. In his free time, Edmund enjoys electronic music production, snowboarding, cycling and discovering new places across the globe to explore with his family & kids. Follow him @spicecadet (https://twitter.com/spicecadet).
Running Order (STC):
18:30 - Arrive for networking and refreshments
19:00 - Opening remarks
19:10 - Looking ahead for #wpldn
19:50 - wp_update_post
20:05 - Break
20:15 - Speaker - Edmund Turbin
20:50 - Closing remarks
21:00 - Social
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The WordPress London meetup is supported by a team of volunteers: Annabelle (https://yayannabelle.github.io/), Dan (https://blue37.com/)and Gary (https://gamajo.com/).