We will share our Gerrit knowledge at Confitura conference

June 18, 2013 Dariusz Luksza

I will be speaking about Gerrit Code Review during Confitura conference in Poland (on 6th of July 2013). My presentation was selected in public voting from over 90 other proposals.

Presentation is based around main Google rule for code: All changes must be reviewed. Will start from basic information what is code review and why it doesn’t work when you are doing it after you put your changes in the main repository, why weekly code review also doesn’t work. Then will move to Gerrit itself and present how tightly it is integrated with Git, how the review process looks like in and how it could be modified to suite your needs. Finally will talk about new features available in 2.7 and planned for 2.8 releases.

Confitura one of biggest Java conferences in this area of Europe, last edition had more than 850 participants, this year registration was closed after 48 hours with 1200 registered participants. Presentations are chosen in public voting process called “vote4papers” (this year there was over 3700 votes).

I am looking forward to this event!

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