Hands on workshop for trunk driven development.

"Branches create distance between developers and we do not want that"
— Frank Compagner, Guerrilla Games

Trunk based development is an agile engineering practice to attain a state of continuous deployment, but what is being observed in the industry is that most of the teams struggle to apply this concept .This workshop is a practical keyboard driven workshop which will enable the participants to have a in-depth understanding and know how to apply the concept.Workshop will cover typical antipatterns and myths related to trunk based development.

 
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Outline/Structure of the Hands on Session

  • Introduction
  • Why trunk based development? A Collaboration Activity
  • Trunk based development in continuous delivery
  • Branching Strategies
  • Developer workflow using local branches
  • Releasing from your trunk
  • Tagging
  • Rebasing for effective integration testing
  • Discussion and QA

Learning Outcome

  • Practical know-how on trunk based development
  • Participants can readily apply the concepts of trunk based development to their day to day projects and thus improve their delivery agility

Target Audience

Developers,Scrum Master,QA

Prerequisites for Attendees

  • Laptop,
  • git client installation
schedule Submitted 5 months ago

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  • anju rose
    By anju rose  ~  3 months ago
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    New link added for sample video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJz5F7Bo18s


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