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  • macnewbold 15:14 on Wednesday, 17 October 2012 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment
    Tags: debate, git, , panel, svn, version control   

    Seeking Panelists: The Great VCS Debate, Nov. 2012 Edition 

    In an upcoming UPHPU meeting, we’d like to debate the merits of the various Version Control Systems with a panel of fans and/or experts on the various systems.

    If you think [insert your VCS here] is the bee’s knees and can tell us a little bit about it and defend your opinion, we’d love to have your help. At a bare minimum, we’ll have SVN and git represented, but I’d like to get some of the others covered too if we have anyone who uses Mercurial (hz), Bazaar (bzr), BitKeeper, TFS, CVS, RCS, or whatever other system you think we should all know about. It probably goes without saying that it will almost certainly be a lively conversation.

    If you’re interested in helping out, please contact Mac Newbold. We will likely end up with multiple panelists on the popular VCS choices, so don’t worry about having to do it alone or not being the first to reply. Within reason, the more the merrier I think.

    • wade 15:52 on Wednesday, 17 October 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      In addition to a lively discussion, I hope that this meeting will include a live demonstration where tasks are completed with the various systems in parallel (multiple projectors would be great).

  • macnewbold 15:09 on Wednesday, 17 October 2012 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment
    Tags: continuous integration, , unit testing   

    October 18th Meeting: Bryan Petty on Unit Testing and Continuous Integration 

    Bryan Petty will be showing us some of the cool things he’s been working on with automatic testing and continuous integration.

    Same time, same place: 7:00pm at C7 Bluffdale, then Applebee’s after the meeting

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