Staten Island Software Engineering Meetup #4 | May 13, 2020
The Lifecycle of a Pull Request - Git Workflows, Plus an Overview of Redis Bloom | Zoom Virtual Event
The speaker for the night will be Daniel Marsh presenting on Git workflows. We will also have a lightning talk on the Redis Bloom Module by Alexander Ginzburg.
Location: Zoom Virtual Event Hosted by: CSI Tech Incubator Agenda
6:30 PM - Networking 6:50 PM - Lightning Talk 1: Redis Bloom Module by Alex Ginzburg 7:00 PM - The Lifecycle of a Pull Request - Github Workflows by Daniel MarshWe'll work through different Git workflows, best practices, and commands that are used in production environments. Including:
1. Team Branching Techniques 2. How big should a Pull Request be? What are some common best practices and workflows of team reviewing Pull Requests? 3. Committing code to production when working on a greenfield project vs an existing codebase. 4. Review of Git commands like rebase and merge
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