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TMCNet:  CollabNet Announces 'Go Agile With Git Webinar Series'

[January 11, 2013]

CollabNet Announces 'Go Agile With Git Webinar Series'

BRISBANE, Calif., Jan. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- WHO: Luca Milanesio, director and cofounder of GerritForge - a leading Git and Gerrit competence center for the enterprise, and key technology partner of CollabNet.

Milanesio has 20 years of software development experience lifecycle in large enterprises. He is a leading contributor to the Gerrit community and helped introduce enterprise code-review workflows for large enterprises.

WHAT: Go Agile with Git Webinar Series This free, three-part series focuses on how to manage Git workflows, continuous branching and merging in Agile software development. It explores the power of automated and human-based code reviews using Gerrit and Jenkins, and provides best practices and practical examples for developers using Git.


Part 1: Go Agile with Git, Workflows, Branching and Merging Tues., Jan. 15, 2013, 10 - 11 a.m. PST Agile gets projects into the loop faster. Due to its flexibility, Git lends itself to team-oriented, rapid software iterations without losing control on the quality of the code. Best practices for managing Git workflow, and continuous branching and merging in Agile software development with be outlined, as well as the role of master repositories and how to integrate Gerrit and Jenkins with Git Part 2: Go Agile with Git, Peer Programming and Code Reviews Tues., Jan. 29, 2013, 10 - 11 a.m. PST Code review increases code collaboration and speeds software delivery. Initially developed by Google, Gerrit is the leading code review for Git, providing unprecedented flexibility to define collective code ownership. Integrating Gerrit with Jenkins build servers automates code validation and enforces quality standards throughout Agile development processes. This webinar will cover: code review basics - concepts, goals and roles; code review workflows and governance; and, code review automation with Gerrit and Jenkins.

Part 3: Go Agile with Git, Hands-On Lab with Gerrit and Jenkins Tues., Feb. 12, 2013, 10 - 11 a.m. PST This webinar illustrates a real-world implementation of the "commit often/validate/review" Git code-loop and code reviews for promoting code quality and ownership with Gerrit and Jenkins. It details a walk-through, "step-by-step" of workflow execution, including peer reviews and automatic code verification using Jenkins. Attendees will learn how Git, Gerrit and Jenkins work in concert, and see clear examples of "approval" code review and commit, and "failed" code review and commit scenarios. Using CollabNet TeamForge (that attendees can download for free), Milanesio will present workflows step-by-step, so participants can implement and experience within their own lab.

INFO: To register for one or all of the Go Agile with Git series webinars, please visit: (http://visit.collab.net/WebinarPromoLPs_PromoLPRegAll.html). To learn more about CollabNet, its enterprise Git offerings and how Git integrates with TeamForge and CloudForge, please visit (www.collab.net). If you are interested in arranging an interview with Milanesio, please contact Christie Denniston at 303-581-7760 or by email at cdenniston@catapultpr-ir.com.

SOURCE CollabNet

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