ffconf is created and run by myself and Julie, and my most important job is to curate very best content for the year. Each year is a challenge, but as the year progresses, I ask myself: what's important to the web, the way we work and how can we improve?
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It's hard to know everything about the full process of releasing projects. For me, it's easy to come up with ideas and write code to bring it to life, but making the test, integration and deployment continuous is a lot of additional knowledge. Let alone know what the options are and which work best.
That's why ALL THINGS CONTINUOUS is a session at ffconf 2016 this year. Continuous Deployment for everybody: from a one-person army to distributed teams. Ecosystem appraisal, time-saving tips and maximum velocity!