Event Sourced CR: Video Introduction & Pair Programming


(Sebastian Kurfuerst) #1

Hey everybody,

as you may have read, I am working (together with some others) on the event sourced Content Repository.

In order to share knowledge in the team & the community and to gain more momentum, we will
be doing some video hangouts & intro sessions:

Thursday (22.11.) 10:30-11:30 CET: Introduction to the Event Sourced Content Repository & Current State

No prior knowledge needed! I’ll show the concepts of the Event Sourced Content Repository, its main goals and give a rough overview over the code base. Of course it’s also the perfect place to ask questions :slight_smile:
The stream will be recorded and published afterwards, so people can watch this asynchronously as well.

How to join: Just join the #project-cr-rewrite channel on slack.neos.io, where I’ll post the Hangout link on Thursday a bit before 10:30. For a better overview of the participants, please add your vote below.

  • I’ll join the CR Introduction session
  • I’d like to join the CR Introduction session, but I am unsure if I can make it
  • I won’t be able to join the CR introduction session.

0 voters

Thursday (22.11.) 09:15-10:30 CET: Pair Programming: recursive Show/Hide of nodes

@bwaidelich and myself will do a pair programming session before the introduction session; so if you already roughly know the concepts but want to get to know the code base, that’s the session to join :slight_smile:

As a prerequisite, you should have a rough understanding about the core concepts.

The stream will be recorded and published afterwards, so people can watch this asynchronously as well.

How to join: Just join the #project-cr-rewrite channel on slack.neos.io, where I’ll post the Hangout link on Thursday a bit before 09:15. For a better overview of the participants, please add your vote below.

  • I’ll join the Pair Programming session
  • I’d like to join the Pair Programming session, but I am unsure if I can make it
  • I won’t be able to join the Pair Programming session.

0 voters

Closing Thoughts

Would be great to see some of you on Thursday :slight_smile: If you have further questions/remarks, just post here or in #project-cr-rewrite on Slack.

If this format turns out to be useful, we’ll aim for repeating this regularily :slight_smile:

All the best, and hear you soon,
Sebastian


(Sebastian Kurfuerst) #3

Hey,

FYI the pair programming session is live at https://hangouts.google.com/hangouts/_/ytl/O411S-nzpfTOAXUfGuGU5xRbqkYrTZUvbAEqdXLWovo=?hl=de_DE - so be welcomed to join :slight_smile:

All the best,
Sebastian


(Sebastian Kurfuerst) #4

Hey,

the intro session is now live at https://hangouts.google.com/hangouts/_/ytl/lFFlrL-ruWDxNYqYi0kUzV6XqhKMxvA4MP4JM2pgMz4=?hl=de_DE - feel welcomed to join :slight_smile:

All the best,
Sebastian


(Bastian Waidelich) #5

I could not join any more because the max number of participants was reached… Maybe we should consider using Slack next time they have a higher limit of 15 IIRC


(Sebastian Kurfuerst) #6

FYI: as the hangout is full, please join http://youtu.be/LSf3peKOXqs for watching only and ask question on #project-cr-rewrite


(Sebastian Kurfuerst) #7

Hey everybody,

here you find the recordings: please give feedback either by the polls or by direct replys

Event Sourced CR: Pair Programming Show/Hide

(btw- the branch is at https://github.com/neos/contentrepository-development-collection/pull/27 - and it works so far now :slight_smile: )

Feedback

  • I liked the pair programming and I would participate in another.
  • Pair programming was OK but I would not participate in another.
  • I did not understand what was happening.
  • [other], please respond to this post

0 voters

Event Sourced CR Introduction

Feedback

  • I liked the intro session to the CR and it was informative - I’d like to have more of these.
  • I liked the intro session to the CR and it was informative but I do not need another one.
  • The intro session to the CR left me with more questions open than I had before.
  • [other], please respond to this post

0 voters

All the best,
Sebastian