The continuous PHP Pipeline

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Rated 5

Anonymous at 15:24 on 28 Oct 2014

High abstraction level, but nicely brought together. Thanks!

What I'd love to see next time is a demo. It'd be great to see all mentioned tools, well integrated, at work and churning code and promoting branches.

Cheers!

Michelangelo, Thanks for the presentation. Nicely done. If there is a way to increase the mic volume, consider doing that.

Informative overview, thanks!

Great presentation. Great speaker. Very glad to hear about available tools at our disposal and clear concise methodology.

Rated 3

Anonymous at 16:10 on 28 Oct 2014

Would have liked to see more concrete examples using Jenkins, puppet or some of the other popular tools. The talk gave some high level principles of what we should be doing but didn't go into much depth on how to actually achieve them,

Rated 4

Anonymous at 16:16 on 28 Oct 2014

Great high level overview of everything. Just what was promised. I would like to see more sessions next year going over some of the tools in more detail.

nice, informative session & encourages need for Automation.

I could relate the most to this session. Michelangelo was great and funny and the presentation was really helpful. Exposing various CI tools is definitely a value add to our development.

I could relate the most to this session. Michelangelo was great and funny and the presentation was really helpful. Exposing various CI tools is definitely a value add to our development.

Excellent overview of the basic principles and tools the speaker recommends/uses for building a continuous delivery pipeline. The only thing I felt was missing was a simple demo of the pipeline process, were adding a new commit would trigger the CD process described in the talk. The talk content was a bit abstract by necessity as the composition of the pipeline will differ based needs of each project, but a fully working bare-bones example would go a long way to reinforcing the process outlined in the slides.

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