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It's Good to be Bad - BADCAMP2013

Day 1: BADCAMP 2013 is today (October 24th, 2013)!  The coveted annual Bay Area Drupal camp is in its seventh year.  Thousands of Drupalists from around the globe will convene for four days of training, summits, sprints, sessions, BOFs, networking and more.

You guessed it: Promet Source, a leader in the Drupal community, is a proud sponsor.  It's central to our mission to evangelize the use of Drupal and to educate a world of Drupalists to learn best practices to build better sites and applications that empower business.  

Of course, our very own Allan Chappell will be presenting a session on Continuous Integration aptly named "DIY: Continuous Integration".  If other Drupal conferences are any indication, Allan will speak to full houses about implementing the 10 principles of CI- and give them the tools and motivation to start immediately.

Check out Allan, our "genius in overalls" on Saturday, October 26th at 3 pm in Dwinelle 209.  Grab your seat early; space is limited!

 

Not attending BADCAMP?  Oh, poor thing.  Don't worry!  You can still start implementing CI today; just peruse Allan's slides...You'll be grateful!

Sneak peek into his synopsis:

You know what Continuous Integration is. You have heard it mentioned at every camp and at every meetup. It’s part automated testing, part automated deployment, part Test-driven development, part every DevOps catch-phrase out there. Now you are ready to get started implementing CI practices.

This session has three goals:
1.) Explain what Continuous Integration means relative to Drupal.
2.) Introduce the tools available to implement CI now.
3.) Demonstrate what a CI implementation looks like in practice.

Allan's session will explore what Continuous Integration is and is not with step by step examples and a DIY kit to get you exploring more. Continuous Integration touches all parties: clients, project managers, system admins, and developers, front and back end. If that’s you, you need to know what CI is.

This session was previously presented at DrupalCorn 2013 and now updated with a better environment and better examples.