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developer training guide by Mind Map: developer training guide

1. Tools and IDEs for development

1.1. simple local virtualbox CI pipeline vm; jenkins, gerrit, zuul

1.2. first part of CI pipeline training uses the simple local CI pipeline

1.3. second part of CI pipeline training uses the actual openstack CI pipeline

2. ci pipeline bootcamp

2.1. 25 march sean is running a ci pipeline bootcamp

2.2. create a one day bootcamp from material so far

2.3. 6 hour deep dive for python developers to get up to speed on contributing to openstack

3. two week sprint ending on 03 March 2014

4. Add to rst xml blueprint, rst xml script as Jenkins job, juno session

4.1. add per-project gates and test-cases

5. new blueprint: rst xml syntax standards, juno session

6. API in depth

6.1. Closing the knowledge gap/circle

6.2. follow controller, network, compute, storage breakdown from operator guide

6.3. understanding APIs lead to understanding of openstack architecture

6.4. OpenStack Koans Learn TDD Process of Development in OpenStack by Example

6.4.1. Learn API by Example OpenStack Koans

6.4.2. Reference: ruby koans, python koans

6.4.3. I like ii!

6.4.4. Step by step introduction to OS Dev using python

6.4.5. Project wise Koans

6.5. Pull in developer reference rst pages (devref)

6.6. zipkin

6.7. aws architecture training as reference

6.8. Resources

6.8.1. Hackbright - https://github.com/chriszf/Hackbright-Curriculum

7. refresh on operator guide material

7.1. little to no review of architecture/associate guide materials

7.2. skip implementation details, only structure from operator

8. two week instructor led class, mornings books, afternoon labs

9. save blueprint etiquette for architect guide

10. TDD (Test Driven Development)

10.1. Types of testing

10.2. Software Testing Concepts

10.3. Unit Tests

10.4. Temptests

11. Soft Skills

11.1. Pick a actual bug/feature for each participant

11.1.1. learning by example

11.1.2. explain theory

11.1.3. each participant match with his own contribution

11.2. Find the people who will +2 it

11.3. +2 for a featre != +2 for a bug

11.4. Initiate a meaningfull dialog immediately

11.5. Intermix technical progress and social contact

11.6. Listen to others and build karma

11.7. Individual mentoring because everyone has different skills and weaknesses

11.7.1. one hour

11.7.2. 15 minutes debrief/standup like

11.7.3. 45 to unblock or to improve (mentor must find ways to do that )

12. skill transistion

13. pre req: closing the gap between an operator and developer

13.1. operator to agile

13.2. developer to agile

13.3. resources

13.3.1. learn python the hard way

13.3.2. python roans

13.3.3. hackbright

13.3.4. git learning

13.3.5. USSC extension classes

14. How to Particpate

14.1. Bug Fixing, python

14.1.1. git 101

14.1.2. gerrit etiquette

14.1.3. upstream university as likely source material

14.1.3.1. contribution role playing

14.1.3.2. online mentoring session

14.2. CI pipeline test understanding

15. Sample Application Build (building apps on OpenStack)

15.1. Simple Web Application

15.1.1. Spin up instance from image w/ keys + config mgmt (puppet/chef/whatever set up already

15.1.2. Build Static Web Site

15.1.3. Display Images from Swift

15.1.4. Authenticate from Keystone