The Gerrit User Summit 2014 is about to start in only 2 days: it is going to be a two days of exciting news and innovations on the world of Code Review. There are names from the largest industries in the world that have adopted the Code Review workflow in large enterprise environments: Google, SAP, SonyMobile, Ericsson, IBM, Garmin, HP, CollabNet, GerritForge, Codenvy, Eclipse Foundation and LibreOffice.
During all this week there is a special promotional discount on the Learning Gerrit Code Review book. Additionally, for the attendees of the conference, there will be a limited number of signed paperback copies available at the session “Gerrit or GitHub? Take both !”
In order to redeem the book promotion, scan the QR code and enter one of the following PROMO-CODEs:
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The Gerrit User Summit Agenda has been published yesterday and has a lot of very interesting talks and announcements:
Day 1 – Friday 21st of March
- What’s new in Gerrit 2.8 (David Pursehouse – Gerrit maintainer – SonyMobile)
- Scaling Gerrit at Ericsson (Patrick Renaud, Vladimir Cantiru, Hugo Ares – Ericsson)
- Monitoring Gerrit (Doug Kelly – Garmin)
- Browsing Repository Content with Gerrit’s REST API (Simon Kaegi – IBM)
- Gerrit@LibreOffice (David Ostrovsky – LibreOffice)
- Gerrit plugins made easy with Scripting (Luca Milanesio – GerritForge)
- The Angular revolution in Gerrit! (Dariusz Luksza – CollabNet)
The day 1 would end with a very interesting Q&A with the Gerrit User Community about the features they would like to see coming up in the next forthcoming releases!
Day 2 – Saturday 22nd of March
- 2014 Roadmap (Shawn Pearce – Gerrit project founder, Google)
- Gerrit@SAP (Edwin Kempin – Gerrit Code Review maintainer – SAP)
- Integrating CLA and Origin checks with Gerrit (Denis Roy – Eclipse Foundation)
- Guiding Diffy to the Enterprise land (Dariusz Luksza, Eryk Szymanski – CollabNet)
- Collaboration at Scale: The Openstack CI toolbox (Khai Do – HP)
- Gerrit or GitHub? Take Both! (Luca Milanesio – GerritForge)
- Diffy gets Enterprise grade (Dariusz Luksza, Eryk Szymanski – CollabNet)
- Continuous Development with Gerrit (Tyler Jewell & Luca Milanesio – Codenvy & GerritForge)
The day 2 will end with a meet-up with food and drinks sponsored and organised by Codenvy where the Gerrit Community can discuss and exchange their post-Summit impressions and ideas on the future of Code Review.
It is going to be again a huge leap forward for the Code Review community and the Git and Gerrit projects improvement !
Yesterday Shawn Pearce, Gerrit Code Review project founder, has announced the 4th Gerrit User Conference [+ 7th Hackathon] and Summit at GooglePlex in Mountain View – CA.
The interest in Gerrit Code Review is growing, possibly because of the increase of the Git adoption in the OpenSource and Enterprise and consequently the need of a set of best-practices on how to effectively manage a Git workflow when teams are growing: we do expect many new attendees this year !
Key information for the conference
Dates: Friday and Saturday March 21st-22nd, 2014
Location: GooglePlex – Mountain View, CA
Registration: Pre-registration is required, space is limited and registration is first-come, first serve. You can register NOW using the Application Form
Have something to share and present in a talk ?
Talks are open and you can submit your proposal using the Talk Proposal Form. We are expecting again the Gerrit plugins, scalability and the new UX to play an important role in the conference. Share your experience and how you managed to integrate the Code Review process in your Team !
Hope to see many of you at the Conference in March 2014.
It has been officially published the final report of the past Gerrit Hackathon in London (7th-9th of May 2013).
Many thanks to all the participants, locally in London and remotely from NY and CA in the USA: Dariusz, DaveB, DavidO, DavidP, Deniz, Edwin, Emanuele, Fredrik, Gustaf, Luca, Martin, Thomas, Shawn and Magnus !
It has been the very first Hackathon Event without Shawn (at least on-site with us in London … but for sure working hard night and day @Google on Gerrit !), we needed then to self-organise and be effective … the fact that we made it was another demonstration that the Gerrit Open Source Project is healthy and fully Open and Cooperative :-).
Shawn attended remotely anyway, for giving us initial guidance and then for the last day demos and for taking some key Gerrit Product decisions (i.e. moving from Maven to BUCK Build system) and the next steps on the 2013 Road Map.
Next Hackathon: NOW on-going @Qualcomm IC – Boulder CO – USA
Gerrit Code Review Hackathon #5 in London is now registered as event on http://lanyrd.com/2013/gerrit/
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GerritForge is proud to organise the first European Gerrit Code Review Hackathon in London (UK) for three days: 7th, 8th and 9th of May 2013.
The Hackathon is a great way to have the core Gerrit developer Team working side-by-side on some new exciting new features for the OpenSource community. Some of the major improvements in Gerrit architecture and functionality came out from past Hackathons.
New exciting features are going to be proposed and implemented: see the Gerrit Hackathon topics and comments at http://gerritforge.com/gerrit-london-hackathon.html