|Live Feed:||Click here at 7pm to join the live feed!! — participate in the discussion and debate from a remote location.|
|Speaker:||Boston SPIN members!|
|Date:||Monday, November 12, 2018|
6:45-7:00 Opening Announcements7:00-8:20 Discussion and Debate —
Legacy Code vs Continuous Release8:20-8:30 Closing Announcements
|Who’s Invited:||Everyone (industry, government, academia)|
|Location:||!!! This Month’s Location !!!
Microsoft New England Research and Development Center
1 Memorial Drive / Kendall Square
|Location details:||You will need to present a government-issued picture ID in the lobby.|
|More Info:||Boston SPIN meetings are free. RSVP at Meetup or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org is preferred.|
|Meeting Feedback:||Please take a few moments to provide your feedback about tonight’s meeting.
Featured Discussion and Debate: Legacy Code vs. Continuous Release — Can It Be Done Safely? What’s Your Experience? What’s Your Advice?
A late trend in software development is continuous release, even with fixes to legacy code. Does this practice make your blood boil? Do you know how to do it safely? What advice do you have?
This month, Boston SPIN opens the floor to its members to share their thoughts, opinions and experiences about continuous release of fixes and enhancements to legacy code.
We’ll be meeting on Monday, November 12 at Microsoft in Kendall Square in Cambridge. There’s limited parking on Memorial Drive and other nearby streets. Parking at Alewife or other MBTA parking lot and using the T is recommended.
If you can’t make it to Microsoft, join by live feed that will allow you to participate in the discussion and debate from a remote location.