For this meeting, I'll be speaking about git, the source code management tool. We'll go over a little bit of it's history, some of the concepts git uses to think about changes in your code, some of its strengths and weaknesses, and then we'll move into a live demo. The demo will go over using git at the command line and will include:
Presenter: Mike Hagedon
In Spring of 2012, a small project team took on a 6-month redesign challenge. This presentation will outline the process we used to complete a website overhaul for the Center for Creative Photography. We developed a purpose, target audience, personas, primary tasks, and scenarios. We conducted a competitive analysis, surveyed users, interviewed stakeholders, and created an information architecture and fresh content. We evaluated the design by means of remote card sorting and usability testing. Finally, we established and implemented a sustainable content strategy.
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Presentation: SVN - Subversion
Presenter: Michael Gatto, College of Fine Arts
[Handout provided from addedbytes.com]
Industry standard for version control systems.