March 18, 2019 — Votre design et votre contenu ont été intégrés à votre site et vous êtes prêts à mettre le tout en ligne. Vraiment ? Avez-vous la liste de ces 27 points à faire pour vous assurer d’un déploiement réussi? Cette présentation sur le déploiement d’un site de manière simple et efficace vous permettra de bien planifier votre déploiement afin d’éviter les problèmes.
December 10, 2018 — A different approach deploying your code on the server.
The talk would present a WordPress deployment process with the help of the capistrano based deployment tool dkdeploy (https://dkdeploy.github.io/).
Simple rollback scenario, granular file permissions, a automated maintenance page during every deployment, stage specific configuration – if you face such challenges during your daily work, the talk will give you a brief introduction how dkdeploy solves such issues and helps you keep focused on that what makes you a developer – coding.
And guess what, it’s open source!
So, you need a custom feature in your workflow, then code it. Or probably some automated user acceptance tests – then simply integrate it.
September 24, 2018 — Have you used Microsoft Azure for your WordPress work? Azure is actually a very good platform to work with WordPress. As a cloud platform, Azure offers many different ways to host WordPress, from IaaS using virtual machines to PaaS using web app instances or container instances.
At the end of this session, audiences will learn 1) how to deploy WordPress on Azure virtual machines, 2) how to deploy WordPress on Azure App Service using git, 3) how to deploy WordPress on Azure Container Instances, and 4) how to deploy WordPress on Azure App Service using Docker Container, Docker Compose and/or Kubernetes.
January 8, 2018 — We will learn how to deploy, back up, and restore WordPress websites using RunCloud.io.
December 25, 2017 — It is common practice to move code through a series of servers in a multi-tiered development workflow. This talk will discuss best practices for deployment from local development environment to production servers. We’ll dive in to in how to push changes from collaborative version control tools to build, deploy and deliver WordPress. Learn basic concepts around deployment, testing and dependency management and see how it all ties together.
December 1, 2017 — Edmund Turbin introduces into the possibilities of deployment and continuos integration for the code of a project.
October 23, 2017 — She enjoys front-end development but also loves to build sites from start to finish. She started in Joomla back when it was 1.0.x and worked her way into WordPress and Drupal about 7 years ago. She enjoys teaching others to code as well as speaking at conferences and youth events. Tessa is a northern Minnesota native, but now lives in the Twin Cities with her husband and four children
October 10, 2017 — You know that Continuous something-or-other exists. Maybe you have even heard the terms Continuous Integration or Continuous Deployment, but not much more than that. I was in your shoes just a few short months ago. I came, I coded, I conquered. Now I am breaking it all down so you too can feel confident with the basics of continuous integration and deployment. I will cover the basics of how to setup Github and Circle CI with WordPress and configure deployment to a staging environment. We will cover continuous-jargon and break down YML and script files to better understand how it works and how you can start to use it with your projects. Attend. Absorb. And you too can conquer.
April 29, 2017 — Cache makes for a speedy site, but it can make new updates to your site a long and frustrating process. Sometimes just moving your logo a couple pixels can be an arduous task when your multiple layers of cache won’t clear. Fear not, simple changes to your site can make cache headaches a thing of the past. In this talk, we’ll run through version control, deployment tools, and cache-busting tweaks that will make updating your site a frown-free process again.