Release - July 22
Learn with hands-on exercises
Source Code Management
A Typical CI/CD Pipeline
Implementing your CI-CD
Types of Packaging
Metrics and Dashboards
Organizing your code / config
Defining the boundaries of a package
Dealing with Org Specific Metadata
Tracking Manual Steps
Pooling Scratch Orgs
Releasing to an Environment
Team Structure and Roles
in the media
Tools & Assets Registry
Meet Our Team
First and foremost,
! We appreciate that you want to contribute to
, your time is valuable, and your contributions mean a lot to us.
By contributing to this project you agree that:
you have authored 100% of the content
you have the necessary rights to the content
you have received the necessary permissions from your employer to make the contributions (if applicable)
the content you contribute may be provided under the Project license(s)
if you did not author 100% of the content, the appropriate licenses and copyrights have been added along with any other necessary attribution.
What does “contributing” mean?
Creating an issue is the simplest form of contributing to the project. But there are other ways to contribute:
Updating or correcting documentation
Please create issues for bug reports or feature requests at the respective repositories. Issues discussing any other topics may be closed by the project’s maintainers without further explanation.
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