CI: The Biggest Productivity Gain Your Startup Will Ever Get, with Lindsay Watt

Internet Masterminds | Monday Night Internet Marketing Group
Tue, 26 Jun 2012, 02:00 - 04:00 (Add to calendar) GMT
(Exact location not available) , Vancouver, CA
5.0 CAD

It doesn't matter how smart you and your engineers are if you can't ship high quality software and rapidly respond to the marketplace.

Continuous Integration is a process that ensures you're able to do this - and it's the biggest productivity gain your business will ever get.

In this presentation you will learn:

  • What is Continuous Integration (CI) and how does it speed up your business
  • How is this different from how most organizations build and ship software
  • What are the tools and practices needed for CI
  • How do you get started with CI
  • How can you convince your organization to adopt CI

Lindsay is a co-founder of Placeling, a local Vancouver startup that lets you be the guide to your world. He's worked in the web industry on both the technical and business side and developed software at companies large and small. He's also build software using the waterfall and agile methods - and is now a firm convert to the lean approach.



Twitter: @lindsayrgwatt


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