This month we are joined by Mark Harrison who will be talking about "Using Drone.io to Automate CI Testing of PHP Code".
Per Mark: Drone is a (free) CI tool that leverages docker to automate a whole bunch of things.
The talk will cover:
- What CI is (very quickly)
- What drone is
- Why we chose drone rather than Jenkins
- How we use drone to automate all kinds of PHP loveliness
- What to watch out for
Mark Harrison is CTO of WerAreWe. He's in his late 40s, and spent much of his life in IT in regulated financial services. However, he also did a couple of years consulting for the Government Digital Service.
WerAreWe use drone as their primary CI tool, and the talk is an honest user view, rather than a pitch from drone
If you'd like to present a lightning talk (5-20 minutes), please get in touch!
After the talks, time permitting, we'll have some discussion and drinks at the venue and then possibly move on to a local watering hole.
Refreshments & sponsors
Refreshments (drinks and snacks) will be provided courtesy of our sponsors Haybrook IT (https://haybrook.co.uk/). Thanks to Haybrook and our other sponsors Invitial (https://www.invitial.com/) for their support, and to OCFI for use of the venue.
You will be able to access OCFI's main reception from 7:10pm. Access to The Pod is via key fob. Please wait in the reception area and someone will accompany you upstairs.
Please note that a key fob is required to exit the building before 9pm and after 9:30pm; if you leave after this time then you will need to be accompanied to reception by someone with a key fob.
Code of Conduct
Please note that this meet-up is covered by our code of conduct (https://github.com/phpoxford/code-of-conduct/blob/master/code-of-conduct.md). We request that all attendees abide by the code of conduct at all times. Thank you!
Event time: 29-05-2019 18:30:00 UTCAddress:
New Road, OX1 1BY
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