Streamlined Web Development using a VCS and Trac 

I’m very pleased to announce the topic for November’s UPHPU Meeting: Streamlined Web Development using a VNC and Trac.

Starting the meeting off will be Code Greene’s Kevin Carter. Kevin, who has used Git in a production environment for several months now, will be presenting a primer on how to get started with Git. Additionally, he’ll cover the advantages of distrusted source code control and possibly some topics on using git in an svn eniroment. His blog can be found at .

Following Kevin will be are main speaker, Justin Carmony. His presentation will focus on the unique challenges with developing, deploying, & managing Website development. Justin Carmony has put together his trips, tricks, and suggestions for streamlining the development cycle. With a focus on automation, using SVN and Trac allows developers to focus on development rather than redundant tasks. Whether a small project with a single developer, or a large project with a big team, SVN and Trac in a LAMP environment can help any developer. Time permitting he will show some of his own live examples of using SVN & Trac. If you have a specific topics or questions you would like addressed in his presentation, please feel free to let him know on his blog.

Justin Carmony has worked in web development professionally for the last four years. With emphasis on PHP, .NET, and Web Services, he has worked on projects ranging from simple websites to complex communications between thousands of remote systems. He currently is working as an independent contractor & private consultant.

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