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0 · September 14, 2011
I enjoyed Jeff's talk a good deal. It was very learning-centric and he was very clear in presenting the subject matter and provided clear examples. Nick's talk was decent but his presentation material was hard to follow because it was too verbose. His presentation style was solid but more simple, concrete examples to follow along with in his presentation would be helpful.
However, I must say, I enjoyed both talks immensely and I truly appreciated them taking the time to prepare and present material for this meet-up. Can't wait for the next one!
Good thoughts from Jeff and Nick as usual.
@Keith: Cool beans! I've added you to tonight's agenda. Looking forward to it!
0 · September 13, 2011
I could do 10 minutes on using Jenkins (formerly Hudson) on your development machine as a private CI service, if anyone's interested.
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