What is AppNet?
AppNet is a platform-agnostic community of practice for application programmers at UC Berkeley.
(For a more colloquial description, please see this iNews article: Introducing AppNet, a new community for Berkeley software developers)
AppNet meets monthly on the second Tuesday from 10:30 to noon. See below for the next scheduled meeting time and place.
Date: Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Location: 212 Cory Hall
Description: Git has already displaced subversion as the de facto standard for source code management in industry. Many campus IT groups have been spinning up their own private git repository servers or else paying for private repos with services like Github. Wouldn't it be great if campus had it's own Github instance, with full Calnet integration, open to any and all campus staff/faculty/students and integrated with our campus Jira service? Well, it has happened! Cal has licensed Github Enterprise and EIS has kicked off a deployment that will replace Code@Berkeley with Github@Berkeley, enabling all current Code@Berkeley users to continue using their subversion based workflows, while also supporting Git and all the Github features. As part of this deployment, EIS is reaching out to the campus community to learn about the main use cases that need to be supported - please come for a quick presentation about our Github project and provide feedback on how you hope to use a campus Github service.
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