Introduction to Go Continuous Delivery Software

Go is an Open Source Continuous Integration and Release Management system. It takes an innovative approach to managing the build, test and release process.

This workshop is to understand the potentials of Go and make it easier for people to start doing CI/CD on their projects. We would also see some of the powerful and differentiating features of Go. For more details please refer here.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

Introduction to CI/CD 30 minutes

Hands on with Go - 150 minutes

Learning Outcome

Takeaway from workshop

  1. Undersatnd the basics of CI/CD.
  2. Learn how to use Go for continuous deployment/delivery of your application.

  3. Get to know some of the powerful and differentiating features of Go.

Target Audience

Developers, DevOps, Quality Analysts

schedule Submitted 2 years ago

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  • Jerry Rajamoney
    By Jerry Rajamoney  ~  2 years ago
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    Hi,

    Thanks for the topic. It looks to me more of promoting GO software. Do you have any data of how may who attends this conference want to use the "GO" Software? Since your talk is focussing more on a particular Software do you want to relook at making it more concept specific?

    Thanks,

    • Md Ali Ejaz
      By Md Ali Ejaz  ~  2 years ago
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      Hi Jerry,

      Thank you for your insights.

      While I was planning to use Go extensively, the main purpose of this workshop is to show CI / CD with the help of this tool. But I wouldn't argue that this might look as a promotion to few.

      While I'll try to make it more concept specific, do you think it would be better if moved to "agile-tools" category?

      Thanks,

      Ali

      • Naresh Jain
        By Naresh Jain  ~  2 years ago
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        Hi Ali,

        Thanks for the proposal. As per the proposal, you are expecting the participants to invest 1/2 day of the conference on this workshop. IMHO, the learning outcome specified might be hard for the participants to justify the ROI. For ex:

        1. Understand the basics of CI/CD - I'm pretty sure that more people attending the conference understand the basics of CI/CD. We've done workshops on CI for last 10 years and CD for the last 4 years.
        2. Learn how to use Go for continuous deployment/delivery of your application - I'm sure they can visit Go website and learn this quickly on their own.

        3. Get to know some of the powerful and differentiating features of Go - This might be classified as marketing pitch.

        I would suggest you look at a key problem (USP) that Go addresses and present a case-study (with a real user) on how you went about solving the problem. Less focus on the tool, more focus on the problem and the approach. This would be really valuable to the participants of the conference.

        And yes, you can move it under Agile Tools category.