Continuous Integration is becoming an important part of the development process. However, to some, the how and why are still a bit fuzzy. This session talks about the natural progression of a development team and how each important piece of the development process can be automated via Continuous Integration & Deployment. I will also walk through an example WordPress project using Continuous Integration, Delivery & Deployment that implements Sass Compilation, Automated Testing & Deployment to a Server. Attend. Absorb. And you too can conquer.


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Anonymous at 11:30 on 9 Mar 2018

Well thought out introduction. Could include more info about specific tools.

Paul Rossmann at 11:30 on 9 Mar 2018

I was in the same boat. I didn't know what continuous integration was, turns out my company does do it.

Casey Lee at 11:31 on 9 Mar 2018

Would have liked to view a bit more of the example but covered a lot.

Adia Alderson at 11:33 on 9 Mar 2018

Great talk would of loved to learn more about the tools.

Riley Major at 11:37 on 9 Mar 2018

The beginning of the talk was a little slow with the definitions of “continuous” and “integration”. I got that they were somewhat unexpectedly related to each other and hinted at the concept of a well run website, but not sure it was worth the focus. Personal stories and examples were relatable. Well chosen Kelsey Hightower noting how every continuous integration process will be unique. Simple, practical steps to get started with continuous integration.

Thanks for presenting. I would have liked more details about specific tools.

Phil Dowson at 13:01 on 9 Mar 2018

On a personal level it covered points that my team had already considered. I would assume that this talk would be a lot more helpful for an entry level

Brent Mitchell at 13:07 on 9 Mar 2018

A good introduction. Would have liked to hear more details about some of the specific tools.

Justin Foell at 17:03 on 9 Mar 2018

Great talk, would love to hear about a specific setup sometime!

excellent info, wish it was a bit longer

Good talk, however it ended too soon. I would suggest to extend the talk with more details on the tools, or comparison, advantages and disadvantages, etc. maybe showing a particular case example.

Great content and overall information about CI and how to start using it in your projects.

Chris Kipp at 13:28 on 10 Mar 2018

Good introduction to continuous integration. Would have loved to hear a bit more about the specific tools you were using/showing.

This ended up being even more beginner than I expected. I was hoping for more "how-to" and less "why you should". I already knew the reasons why continuous integration can be helpful and was hoping to learn more about the tools and processes behind it. I didn't really feel any more confident about being able to work with continuous integration than when I walked in.

Clearly a talented speaker. I wish the content would have been more in depth. There was plenty of time remaining to cover more material.