Ahh the great rebasing debate: where tables are flipped and chests are known to puff out like Godzilla. If you’re a newcomer to version control, you’ve probably heard people rage out about this “rebasing” thing and wondered what it was all about. And if you’re a seasoned Git user you probably have some VERY strong opinions about exactly which point in the development life cycle people should be rebasing.
In this presentation we’ll cover:
And finally, we’ll have a little reality check where we talk about having empathy for inexperienced teams and why it doesn’t really matter if a team decides they’re not interested in using rebasing.
Bring your troll-retardant-flame suit as this topic always generates opinions. Hopefully this time you’ll come away with practical solutions too.
Emma Jane Hogbin Westby is an internationally renowned open source software advocate, technical author, and teacher. In January 2010 she was recognized by The Google Diversity Programme for her efforts in increasing female participation in software development. She is a frequent speaker at open source conferences in Canada, US, and Europe and has volunteered for several open source projects, including Drupal, The Linux Documentation Project, and Ubuntu.
In addition to her engaging conference presentations, Emma has also worked as a technical college instructor, as a curriculum developer, and has successfully run her own training business. Emma has been teaching internet technology since 2002, and is the author of Front End Drupal and Drupal User’s Guide.
Emma encourages non-traditional participation in technology through craft and believes that everyone is capable of mastering the tools that surround them. To help engage new ways of participating in technology, she open-sourced one of her knitting patterns so that you can make your very own Drupal Socks (as featured in CRAFTzine). You can follow her adventures on Twitter at @emmajanehw.
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